General Motors recalls 1.18 million crossovers for airbags that may not deploy in a crash.

GM will recall 1.18 million three-row crossovers for airbags that may not deploy in a crash. All Buick Enclave,Chevrolet Traverse and GMC Acadia models from 2010-2013 are affected, as well as some models from 2008-2009. The 2008-2010 Saturn Outlook is also included. An electrical problem may disable the side airbags. Dealers will need to remove the airbag wiring harnesses and "splice and solder the wires together."

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