DETROIT (WWJ) – General Motors is recalling the extended range electric Chevy Volt because of a possible carbon monoxide risk.

When the Volt is in electric mode it’s very quiet so it’s easy for a driver to forget to shut it off and when that happens the battery drains and the gasoline generator starts and if the car is parked in the garage the fumes can get into the house.

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Two people have been overcome by carbon monoxide after fumes built up in their houses reports WWJ AutoBeat Reporter Jeff Gilbert.

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The fix will limit the time that a parked Volt can be left running.

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The recall involves 64,000 Volts from the 2011 to 2013 model years.