(Repeats to fix typo in headline) DETROIT, March 22 (Reuters) - What day is it? Don't ask the driver of General Motors Corp.'s Pontiac Grand Prix. Due to a software glitch, the computer display in the 2004 model year Grand Prix shows the wrong day of the week, Pontiac spokesman Jim Hopson said on Monday. Engineers overlooked the fact that 2004 is a leap year, with an extra day, "Somehow or other, the fact that this was a leap year got missed," Hopson said. "We are working on a ...
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