Another big setback for General Motors over that recall of 2.5 million cars for defective ignition switches linked to at least 13 deaths. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration now says the automaker has not met an April 3rd deadline to respond to its request for more detailed information about the recall. The regulator says GM failed to answer more than one third of the 107 questions about the faulty part and why it waited more than a decade to issue a recall after first learning of the problem. GM has been fined $28,000 and faces fines of $7,000 a day until it fully complies.
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