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  • GM recalls could turn into a windfall for dealers

    GM recalls could turn into a windfall for dealers
    General Motors' giant recall scandal looks to have a silver lining for GM dealers — millions of dollars in lucrative repair bills that their service departments can charge back to the nation's biggest automaker.
  • Mazda recalling 109,000 Tribute SUVs for possible steering-loss issue

    Mazda recalling 109,000 Tribute SUVs for possible steering-loss issue
    Mazda is recalling 109,000 Tribute SUVs to fix possible corrosion issues in the vehicles’ suspension, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. At least it’s not spiders. The recall affects Mazda Tributes from the...

    Bus crash investigation will explore numerous safety factors

    Bus crash investigation will explore numerous safety factors
    State and federal investigators probing the cause of the fiery collision between a FedEx big rig and a charter bus in Northern California will delve into a wide range of factors from the health and rest of the truck driver to emergency exits and fire...

    Documents detail roles of 2 GM engineers suspended in ignition probe

    An engineer General Motors Co. has put on leave approved a work-around in small-car models recalled this year for ignition defects that can deactivate air bags, according to documents released by a U.S. congressional panel. Ray DeGiorgio "agreed to...

    GM expands recall, suspends two engineers, takes $1.3-billion charge

    GM expands recall, suspends two engineers, takes $1.3-billion charge
    General Motors announced Thursday it will take a $1.3-billion write-down to cover the cost of repairs related to faulty ignition switch recalls, and placed two engineers at the center of the recall scandal on paid leave. The company also said it will...