Component failures ranging from a dislodged cable to a faulty sensor rank No.1 among the most common causes for 2007’s light-vehicle calls, according to a Ward’s analysis. Of the 588 safety recall campaigns initiated last year by the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. – actions that affected about 14.5 million total vehicles including medium- and heavy-duty trucks, buses, niche vehicles, motorcycles and trailers – 112 had implications for 9.7 million light vehicles. An analysis of ...
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