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Washington— General Motors Co. is in compliance with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s request for documents in connection with the government’s investigation into the automaker’s recall of 2.6 million vehicles linked to 13 deaths and 54 crashes, and the automaker is no longer racking up $7,000 per day in fines.

GM will pay more than $420,000 in cumulative fines for not meeting NHTSA’s April 3 deadline to answer 107 detailed questions about its recall. That’s in addition to a $35 million fine that GM agreed to pay May 16 for delaying the defective ignition switch recall for a decade.

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