General Motors Corp. reportedly is calling back 27,168 Buick Regals made between Dec. 17, 2002, and Sept. 28, 2004, because of the potential for an engine vacuum hose to loosen. The recall affects Regal 2.0 models. GM says frequent vibrations can loosen the hose, causing the driver to have to apply greater force when braking. Some three minor accidents, but no injuries, have been reported.

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