GM Avoided Ignition Switch Redesign to Save About $1 Per Car

Some disturbing information has surfaced during the U.S. congressional hearings related to the ignition switch defect that has caused at least 13 deaths. According to an internal GM document provided to investigators, General Motors decided in 2005 not to replace the faulty ignition switch on new cars because it would have added less than a dollar to the cost of each vehicle.

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