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Plaintiffs in a lawsuit against General Motors Co.

asked a federal judge in Texas to force the automaker to send a “park it now” warning to car owners not to drive recalled models until faulty ignitions are fixed.

Charles and Grace Silvas, who sued GM this month in a proposed class action for as much as $10 billion for the lost value of 1.6 million cars it recalled, filed the request two days ago with U.S. District Judge Nelva Gonzales Ramos in Corpus Christi. Courts can issue such orders if they are needed to prevent people from being harmed, they said in a filing.



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Court Considers Telling Recalled GM Car Owners To Park Cars Until Further Notice

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