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 Congressional staff investigating the widening General Motors ignition switch recall of 2.

2 million vehicles said Sunday there are indications GM approved the design of the switches in 2002 even though the company knew they did not meet specifications.

Officials with Delphi, the Troy-based supplier of the part, told investigators that GM accepted the switches now under recall despite knowing they did not meet the company’s specifications. That disclosure, along with others in a memo to committee members Sunday, raises more troubling questions about why GM and federal regulators didn’t act sooner to address a long-standing problem.

 



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Delphi Told GM Ignition Switches Did Not Meet Specifications - Parts Were Produced Anyways

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