This is an old recall, just thought I would post it. WASHINGTON (AP) - Problems with the antilock brake system are behind the decision by General Motors to recall about 800,000 SUVs and pickups in 14 northern states. Road grime causing corrosion to a plastic ABS sensor cover is blamed for more than 200 low-speed crashes. The recall involves 1999 through 2002 model years of the Chevy Avalanche, Silverado and Tahoe, along with the GMC Sierra, Yukon and Yukon XL. In a separate move, Hyundai has issued a recall of about 36,000 2006 Sonata sedans because of problems with the driver's seat belt getting caught up with a knob used to recline the front seat. And the government has announced an investigation of the 2002 Jeep Liberty amid complaints about problems latching the seat belt buckle.