A fire Tuesday at a key supplier to General Motors has spread production delays to seven of the auto maker’s North American assembly plants, with some sites responsible for key products in its comeback. GM plants affected by the blaze at Magna’s Howell, MI, parts-making facility include Arlington, TX; Detroit-Hamtramck; Lansing Grand River, MI; Lordstown, OH; Flint, MI; Fort Wayne, IN; and Oshawa, ON, Canada. GM spokeswoman Kim Carpenter says the assembly plants are running short-shifts ...

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