General Motors Corp. is searching for answers to questions Washington is raising about allegedly sticky throttles on an estimated 3.1 million of the auto maker’s fullsize pickups and large SUVs. The Cadillac Escalade is one of the vehicles alleged to have a sticky throttle The National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. (NHTSA) has forwarded questions to GM after upgrading its investigation of the vehicles Aug. 1, a company spokesman tells Ward’s. Affected by the engineering ...
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