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GM's recall of 2011-2014 Chevrolet Camaros brings its total of recalled vehicles to nearly 14.5 million. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

(Bloomberg) — General Motors Co., in trying to resolve a recall of 2.59 million older cars related to loose ignition switches, found that it also needs to fix the key design on more than 500,000 late model Chevrolet Camaros.

The driver’s knee can bump the key and cause the ignition to move out of the “run” position leading the car to lose power, GM said in a statement today. GM, the biggest U.S. automaker, said it’s aware of three crashes that resulted in four minor injuries that may be attributed to this condition.

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