The year of hell for General Motors and owners of General Motors vehicles continues. Today, the American auto manufacturer announced another recall of 8.4 million cars, 7.6 of which are in the United States. The recall is the result of the discovery of six new problems related to, you guessed it, the ignition in cars dating all the way back to 1997 through present day. 

Here is a breakdown of the cars affected: 

The problems they found resulted in 7 crashes, 8 injuries, and three more deaths, bringing the death total to 16. More than 28 MILLION General Motors vehicles have been recalled this year. And it's only June 30. 

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[via Forbes]