General Motors Co GM.UL is likely to recall about 5,000 heavy duty vans manufactured in February and March. The company will also halt its production and sale of the vehicles. This was because of a risk of engine fires because of a suspected faulty alternator. Affected vans are reported to include Chevy Express models 2500 and 3500 with vehicle identification numbers (VIN) ranging from A1129327 to A1142523 and GMC Savana models 2500 and 3500 with VINs ranging from A1128784 to A1901915. GM posted in a notice on March 26th that it was still working on the process of determining the way to deal with the flaw. Owners are recommended to stop driving the vans, park them away from buildings and other vehicles and disconnect both battery cables, according to GM. About 1,400 AC Delco replacement alternators are also reported to be recalled and may have been introduced in vehicles in February and March, GM said. The recalled replacement alternators are numbered 15200110, 15288861, 15263859 and 15847291.
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