General Motors said Tuesday it will recall another 2.42 million vehicles in the U.S., lifting the number of cars it has recalled so far in 2014 for more than 15 million.
The automaker also said it is doubling the charge it expects to take in the second quarter to about $400 million, mostly for recall-related repairs.
According to the company's press release, the four recalls announced Tuesday include:
GM said there have been no fatalities associated with the recalls.
The company's shares hit session lows following the news Tuesday.
GM has been dealing with a public relations crisis brought on by its handling of the faulty switches, which led last week to a record fine of $35 million by U.S. safety regulators.
The company faces investigations by the U.S Department of Justice, Congress, the SEC and several states on why it took so long to recall cars linked to the issue, which was first noticed in 2001. GM recalled the cars earlier this year.
--Reuters contributed to this story.