Replacement Ignition Switch to Bear New Part Number, GM Says

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March 27 (Reuters) - General Motors Co said on Thursday the replacement ignition switch it has ordered to use in a massive passenger car recall will bear a new part number, a step that "eliminates any potential confusion about which part to use in the repair," a spokesman said. GM spokesman Jim Cain said changing the part number is "standard procedure" for a new factory run, as GM tries to bring in about 1.6 million vehicles globally that have faulty ignition switches. ...

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