General Motors is to about 51,000 of its 2003 model-year Cadillac CTS cars because of a possible steering defect, Reuters reported.

GM will inspect the cars for a possible loose bolt in the steering shaft, Reuters added.

According to the news agency, GM said it was aware of two incidents in which drivers had lost control of their vehicles because of the condition, but there were no reported injuries.

Reuters said that vehicles affected by the recall include about 48,000 sold in the United States and roughly 3,000 in Canada and the cars were built between October 2001 and February 2, 2003.