DETROIT, July 22 (Reuters) - Kia Motors Corp. is recalling 118,447 Sedona minivans in the United States because their throttle cables can get stuck, causing the vehicles to maintain speed or accelerate inadvertently, federal safety regulators said on Friday. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said the problem occurs in winter driving conditions, when water on the throttle cable can freeze, potentially causing the cable to jam. Under the recall, which is expected to begin ...
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