(CNN) - GM is recalling another 1.3 million vehicles.
The automaker announced this latest recall Monday to fix a problem that could lead to a sudden loss in power steering.
Some of the cars in Monday's recall; including some Saturn Ion's, Chevrolet HHR's and Cobalt's were also included in last month's ignition switch recall.
That recall impacted 2.6 million vehicles and was connected to 13 deaths.
Lawmakers in Washington are expected to grill GM CEO Mary Barra about her company's recalls on Tuesday.
Barra is set to testify during a hearing before the House Energy and Commerce Committee.
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