CANBERRA – Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd. is recalling 70,000 locally built Magna and Verada sedans and wagons to fix a potential problem that could lead to a fuel leak. A spokesman says the recall involves cars built between Nov. 3, 1999, and Aug. 21, 2002, and is expected to cost Mitsubishi about A$1.4 million ($1.2 million). ’01 Mitsubishi Magna He says there is a possibility the silencer pad in the engine bay might retain moisture. If the pad is in contact with the under-hood ...

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