DETROIT - General Motors announced today they have four new recalls.
The main recall is for the Chevy Camaro because of an ignition switch problem.
They said a driver's knee can bump the key FOB and cause the key to inadvertently move out of the "run" position, with a corresponding reduction or loss of power.
The recall is for 454,712 Camaro from 2010-2014 in the United States.
They are also recalling 28,789 Saab 9-3 convertibles from 2004-2011 because of an automatic tensioning system cable in the driver's front side seat belt retractor that could break.
If it breaks, the seat belt webbing spooled out by the driver would retract.
It also includes 21,567 Chevy Sonic cars from 2012 with six-speed automatic transmission and a 1.8 liter four-cylinder engines.
The problem is the transmission turbine shaft may fracture as a result of supplier quality issue.
They are also recalling 14,765 Buick LaCrosse because of a wiring splice in the driver's door may corrode and break.