North American auto makers are trimming third-quarter output plans by a relatively minor 15,800 units, bringing production for the period to 3,811,100 cars and trucks. That is down just 0.4% from the 3,826,900 July-September assemblies pegged a month ago, prior to recent adjustments by Ford Motor Co., but it still eclipses the 3,758,100 vehicles built in like-2004 by 1.4%. (See related data: Ward's North American Schedule Update) It also excludes any action forthcoming from General ...

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