There’s no parts shortage, but legal holdups and disgruntled dealers are causing problems for Daewoo customers in the U.S., says Ben Rainwater, vice president-parts and service at Daewoo Motor America Inc. Since the South Korean auto maker’s U.S. arm declared bankruptcy May 16, after General Motors Corp. pledged to purchase some of the assets of Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd., Daewoo owners in the U.S. have been experiencing problems. Common complaints include widespread parts shortages and ...

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