DETROIT, Nov 19 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. will recall nearly 200,000 Saturn Ions in the United States and Canada to fix front lights and turn signals, the world's largest automaker said on Friday. The daytime running lights, which automatically operate during the day, and the front turn signals on the small Saturn car could fail due to a loss of contact between the light bulb and the socket, GM said. The recall includes 178,798 Ions in the United States and 18,513 in Canada for a ...
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