Delphi Automotive, which supplied the faulty ignition switch at the center of General Motors’ safety crisis, will join GM on Capitol Hill’s hot seat.

U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., today asked Delphi CEO Rodney O’Neal to testify alongside GM CEO Mary Barra at a July 17 hearing of the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee’s consumer protection panel, which McCaskill chairs.

The hearing will mark Barra’s fourth congressional appearance since GM recalled more than 2 million vehicles to replace the fatally flawed switch, which could easily be jolted or bumped out of position, cutting power to the airbags in a crash.

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Supplier Of Defective GM Ignition Switches Called To Capitol Hill

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