Y2K turned out to be OK with the auto industry. The computer glitch that some feared would shutdown plants caused no significant problems for automakers. “I've yet to hear anything,” a General Motors Corp. spokesman said late last week. “It looks like we came through pretty good.” It also was snafu-free at DaimlerChrysler Corp., Ford Motor Co. and Delphi Automotive Systems. “We crossed over very successfully,” says Ford Chief Information Officer Jim Yost. Automakers credited several ...

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