GM said Friday auto dealers were told to stop selling the 2015 Chevrolet Corvette and shipments were delayed from the General Motors plant that makes the hot-selling sports car while the company addresses two issues. A public recall of the car wasn’t issued, said GM, which didn’t say if a recall later would be necessary. But a company spokesman said few of the Corvettes already sold to consumers were suspected of having either of the two issues that have temporarily halted shipments and dealer sales. About 800 Corvettes at dealer lots may have been built with only one of the two rear parking-brake cables in place and engaged.
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