General Motors has settled two lawsuits over cars with faulty ignition switches.The automaker recalled 2.6-million small cars in 2014 to replace the defective switches. The switches were linked to at least 124 deaths and 275 injuries in small cars. GM admitted to knowing about the faulty part a decade before it recalled the vehicles. The two cases settled claimed injuries caused by accidents linked to faulty ignition switches. The terms of the two settlements are confidential. GM is facing more than a hundred lawsuits in connection to the faulty ignition switches.