Lear will manage electronic wiring designs

Jewett, Dale
October 2000
Automotive News;10/23/2000, Vol. 75 Issue 5900, p36DD
Trade Publication
Reports on the proposal of automobile supplier Lear Corp. for automakers to entrust Tier 1 suppliers with the responsibility for designing and managing creation of the entire electrical system. Responsibility for reliability resting on suppliers; Lear's revenue from electronics in the first half of 2000.


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