FORTUNE — Mary Barra must be pretty sick of dealing with this by now.
Nonetheless, the General Motors (GM) CEO will have to reckon with yet another round of recalls, as the car manufacturer issued five new call-backs Thursday for 2.7 million cars. The biggest recall is for 2.4 million units with faulty tail lamps.
Smaller recalls were also issued for cars including Chevy Malibus, Corvettes and CTS sedans and full-size trucks and SUVs.
GM said it expects to take a $200 million charge in the second quarter due to the recall.
GM is still dealing with the consequences of a recall of defective ignition switches that have been linked to at least 13 deaths.