Sales of the '99 Cadillac Catera plummeted 68.1% (1,985 vs. 6,229) January-March because General Motors Corp. needed to make changes to the sport sedan's fueling system after production had begun in Russelsheim, Germany. About 8,000 Cateras were held at a port in Brunswick, GA, “for a significant amount of time” in recent months, a Cadillac spokeswoman confirms. Output also was held up at the Russelsheim plant. In both cases workers retrofitted Catera's fueling system so that the cars ...

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