GM Recalls 3.36 million vehicles from the Buick LaCrosse, Buick Lucerne and Buick Regal as well as adding the Chevrolet Impala and Chevrolet Monte Carlo regarding the igintion and key issues.

GM is recalling 3.36 million large sedans and coupes for ignition switches that "may be unable to handle extra weight hanging on a slotted key," according to a statement released Monday. The following cars are affected: 2005-2009 Buick LaCrosse, 2006-2011 Lucerne and 2004-2005 Regal LS and GS; 2006-2014 Chevrolet Impala (only the 2014 Impala Limited, a fleet-only car based on the previous generation, is affected) and 2006-2008 Monte Carlo; 2000-2005 Cadillac Deville and 2004-2011 DTS.

GM says these cars are different and will not need their ignition switches replaced. However GM is issuing the recall so that it may replace the keys with new ones that will have a hole that will evenly distribute the weight of the key.  GM is warning drivers to remove all items from their keychains until the cars get the new keychain holes.

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