General Motors Corp.'s Moraine, OH, assembly plant was idled last week from about 1 p.m. Monday (Jan. 29) until early Saturday (Feb. 3) due to a parts shortage. Moraine launched production Jan. 16 of GM's all-new midsize sport/utility vehicles. A GM spokesman says the plant will quickly make up lost output to get the launch back on schedule. Only the Bravada currently is being made, and none have been shipped to dealers. The company spokesman refuses to identify the part or supplier that ...

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