DETROIT, June 24 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp. said on Tuesday that it was recalling about 254,000 model year 2000-2003 Saturn L-Series cars equipped with 2.2 liter engines because of potential exhaust system failures that could result in fires. To remedy the problem, linked to seven reported fires but but no crashes or serious injuries so far, the world's largest automaker said it would replace the ignition module and spark plugs in the vehicles. On 2002-2003 models, GM said it would ...
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