Honda recalls 143,000 cars again for potential fire hazard

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DETROIT, June 28 (Reuters) - Honda Motor Co's U.S. subsidiary will recall more than 143,000 subcompact cars to replace faulty window switches that pose a potential fire hazard, the Japanese automaker said Friday. This is the second such campaign for the 2007 and 2008 Honda Fit hatchback, which was recalled for a similar problem in January 2010. Honda said rain water or spilled liquids could damage the master power window switch on the driver's door, ...

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