GM Sued for Allegedly Defective Fuel Pumps

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Jan. 4, 2019—General Motors has been hit with a lawsuit in San Francisco federal court accusing it of selling diesel trucks with defective fuel pumps to consumers in California and Texas, reported Reuters.

The class action was filed on Wednesday and accuses the automaker of violations of various California and Texas consumer protection laws and unjust enrichment. It is seeking actual and punitive damages on behalf of Chevrolet and GMC truck owners and an order requiring GM to adequately disclose and repair the defects.



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