Manufacturing Technology

  • Newswire

    UPDATE 1-U.S. fines GM for not answering recall questions  

    (Adds details from letter) WASHINGTON, April 8 (Reuters) - The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said on Tuesday it was fining General Motors $7,000 a day for missing an April 3 deadline to respond to the U.S. agency's request for information about the automaker's recall of 2.6 million cars for defective ignition switches....More
  • Newswire

    Safety Watchdog Seeking U.S. Probe of Chevy Impala Airbags  

    The Center for Auto Safety alleges Chevrolet Impalas from the '03-'10 model years contain a computer code that may improperly deactivate the passenger airbag just before an accident....More
  • Newswire

    GM Files 200,000 Pages of Recall-Related Documents With NHTSA  

    GM says it has provided answers to 65 of 107 safety regulators' questions regarding the defective ignition switch and the recall that was not issued until more than 10 years after the automaker learned about it....More
  • Newswire

    Dealers Facing Fallout From GM Recall Crisis  

    A survey of GM dealerships shows retailers are concerned sales will suffer because of the ignition-switch defect that has prompted a massive recall, sparked car-owner anxeity and threatened to create a repair backlog....More
  • Newswire

    UPDATE 2-U.S. senator accuses GM of 'culture of cover-up' in recalls  

    * Sen. Ayotte accuses GM of "criminal" behavior * GM CEO says internal probe could be done in 45-60 days (Adds Senators' comments from the hearing) By Ben Klayman and Eric Beech WASHINGTON, April 2 (Reuters) - General Motors Co CEO Mary Barra came under withering attack for her company's decade-long failure to deal with defective parts linked to fatal crashes, in a hearing where U.S. Senators accused the company of "criminal" behavior and "a culture of cover-up."...More
  • Newswire

    Congressional Probe Shows GM Lags on Reporting Ignition-Switch Defect  

    Democrats on the House committee that is holding hearings on GM's response to the ignition-switch defect, say the automaker has not yet reported to federal regulators the "vast majority" of consumer complaints about the issue....More
  • Newswire

    U.S. Congress Opens Hearings Into GM Defect Controversy  

    Information provided to the House Energy and Commerce Committee includes documents indicating GM decided to install ignition switches that fell short of its own specifications in certain models....More
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