The auto parts company said many of its plants have reduced or suspended operations because of the outbreak
Auto parts company also says it has decided to conclude its self-driving technology partnership with Lyft.
Expects total sales this year of between $38.7 billion and $39.8 billion.
Multi-year deal covers all front-wheel drive, dual-clutch, hybrid variants.
Auto parts maker cites lower operating margins and higher expense items.
Expects light vehicle production in North America and Europe to fall shot of an earlier forecast.
Agreement encourages auto companies to invest or expand in the US and Canada.
Will now pay quarterly 36.5 cents per share, up from 33 cents per share.
About 2,600 unionized workers and 340 other staff to lose jobs.
Powertrain unit will focus on transmission and other driveline-related systems.
Edging down estimates for sales, margins and other key metrics for 2018, even though Q2 results were strong.
Deal expands its capability to design, engineer and manufacture headlamps.
Revenue of $10.8 billion is up from $8.9 billion in the same quarter last year.
Auto parts maker will also offer jobs to medalists in the industrial contests.
Woman walking outside a crosswalk in Phoenix suburb hit by vehicle in autonomous mode.