The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration investigation is looking at 1.25 million vehicles, covering five Chrysler group Models, for faulty switches similar to those involved in the GM recalls.
GM hurt customers by concealing known defects and valuing cost-cutting over safety, leading to roughly 40 recalls covering more than 20 million vehicles this year alone, according to the complaint.
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GM said it would take a charge of about $700 million for recall repairs in the second quarter, including the $400 million provision it previously announced.