General Motors has only repaired a small fraction of the 2.59-million vehicles that are part of the massive ignition switch recall.
U.S. congressional investigators have revealed that GM has repaired 154,731 cars worldwide for the defective ignition switch that is tied to at least 13 deaths. The American automaker has shipped a total of 396,253 repair kits globally and expects all repair parts will be manufactured by October 4.
GM CEO Mary Barra is scheduled to return to Congress Wednesday and promises to answer questions this time around when she testifies. She will be joined by Anton Valukas, the attorney who completed an internal review at GM.
[Source: Automotive News]
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