(Detroit, MI)  --  General Motors is recalling more than a half-million Camaro cars because the driver's knee could knock the key fob and turn off the car.  

The company said today it is aware of three crashes related to the issue, but any injuries are believed to be minor.  

GM says the issue is unrelated to the earlier recall of more than two-and-a-half million smaller cars due to faulty ignition switches.  That issue has been linked to more than a dozen deaths.