YONKERS, New York.– The new CEO of General Motors faced lawmakers on Capitol Hill, Monday. Since Mary Barra took over in January, GM has recalled 2.6 million vehicles. This is because their ignition switches could turn off unexpectedly, shutting down the car power and safety systems, including the air bag. Thirteen deaths are now linked to the faulty switches. The director of auto testing at consumer reports said there are things people can do, should your car suddenly stall.