PONTIAC, MI – General Motors Corp. releases a new transmission calibration to its assembly plants and dealers to cure a downshift bugaboo that has haunted its popular cross/utility vehicles since their introduction. The auto maker also confirms that upwards of 600 engineers from its Ypsilanti, MI, transmission plant will move 40 miles (64 km) northeast to its powertrain headquarters here in Pontiac, where they can work more closely with engine developers. Jim Lanzon, executive ...
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