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DETROIT — The ignition-switch scandal at General Motors widened on Thursday as the automaker suspended two engineers and added another repair to its recall of cars with a faulty ignition switch that has been linked to 13 deaths.

The company is facing increasing pressure from lawmakers to warn owners of recalled cars to park their vehicles until they are fixed. And as the company scrambles to make the repairs, the financial toll of its mounting recalls continues to grow.

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