Dec 27 (Reuters) - A123 Systems, maker of batteries for hybrid and electric vehicles, has said it has identified a possible safety problem with the cooling system on batteries it made for Fisker Automotive Inc's first production car. Hose clamps on some of the batteries made by A123 were not aligned properly, and could lead to a leak of coolant fluid, which could lead to an electrical short circuit, A123 Chief Executive David Vieau said in a notice to company customers and investors. The ...
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