Automaker GM has issued yet another recall.
This time it's for more than 50,000 SUV's because of possible false readings on their fuel gauges.
GM says a software problem could lead to a faulty reading on both ends of the range by as much as a quarter of a tank.
This inaccuracy could cause drivers to run out of fuel without any warning-- putting the vehicle at risk of stalling and increasing the chance of a crash.
This recall involves 2014 models of the Buick Enclave, Chevrolet Traverse and GMC Acadia.
The auto company says dealers will reprogram the software for free starting immediately.
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