General Motors Corp. is calling back ’02 and ’03 Saturn L-Series with 2.2L engines sold in Canada and the U.S. due to possible problems with the exhaust system. Some 254,000 vehicles are affected by the recall. Seven fires have been reported in relation to the problem, but no serious accidents or injuries. GM will replace the ignition module and spark plugs in the vehicles, as well as reprogram the powertrain control modules, free of charge.

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