Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. recalls some 70,000 ’98 Lanos sedans sold in the U.S. due to problems with the front-seat passenger airbags, which possibly could result in head injuries in an accident. U.S. dealers will install energy-absorbing mounting brackets for the passenger-side airbag, says the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. Daewoo Motor America Inc. last week filed for bankruptcy after it was left out of a deal in which General Motors Corp. purchased some of the assets of ...

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