There could be a strike on the horizon at the Belvidere assembly plant.

Members at large assembly plants in Ohio and Michigan rejected the pact in voting Tuesday.

Most other factories also turned down the contract. A final vote total could be announced later Wednesday after balloting ends at a factory in Belvidere, Illinois.

Plant-level union leaders were summoned to Detroit for a meeting Thursday to decide the next move.

About 40,000 union Fiat Chrysler employees have been working under a contract extension since September 14. The new deal reportedly had pay raises but didn't end a lower wage rate for those hired after 2007.

The Detroit News has a roundup of the announced results thus far.


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