* Ford recalls subcompact cars in Brazil * Nova Ka wiring could cause short circuit, fire outbreak SAO PAULO, May 21 (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co , the fourth-largest automaker in Brazil by sales, said on Friday it would recall 166,000 domestically made small cars because of faulty wiring that could cause an engine fire. The recall includes 2008, 2009 and some 2010 Novo Ka models, Ford said. It found faults with the electrical wiring in the subcompact model, with wires touching parts of ...
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