UPDATE 2-Faulty component affects three German carmakers


(Adds Audi and DaimlerChrysler comments, no comment from Bosch) By Christiaan Hetzner STUTTGART, Germany, Jan 28 (Reuters) - German carmaker BMW will stop output at a plant for three days next month due to a shipment of faulty diesel pumps, it said on Friday, a problem that hit at least two other manufacturers. BMW said the component -- a diesel fuel-injection pump -- would in the worst case cause the engine to stall. A spokesman for Volkswagen's premium car division Audi said Robert ...

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