Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.’s Infiniti luxury division recalls its new G35 sedan because the fuel line could disconnect and lead to a fire. Some 20,300 of the ’03 model sedans are being called back, including 2,300 sold in Canada. Nissan says it has not had any reports of accidents, injuries or fires as a result of the problem. Infiniti dealerships will check the fuel line and tighten it if it is loose.

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