Renault SA’s Romanian Automobile Dacia SA unit says it will recall more than 15,000 Logan small cars, most of which were sold in Romania. The auto maker says the recall revolves around a series of technical problems, including the car jack and engine cable and computer issues. Dacia says it has not received any notification of injuries or deaths resulting from the problems, adding the recall was initiated as “a precaution.” Dacia has sold 20,274 Logans since the car’s debut in September.

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