Chevrolet Cobalt is displayed at the Sierra Chevrolet auto dealership on March 2, 2010 in Monrovia, Calif.
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By NBC News
January 18, 2016

As General Motors contests its first civil case in consolidated litigation related to a deadly ignition switch defect, a safety watchlist funded by the parents of a woman who died in a Chevrolet Cobalt has identified complaints about stalling in GM vehicles already repaired as part of the recall.

GM said it has found no evidence that the recalled part is to blame. But some customers are asking: What is?

Sandra Lortie was driving her two grandchildren to school in 2014 in upstate New York when she says her Chevrolet Cobalt locked up at an intersection…

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