Mitsubishi Motor Corp. says it will offer free inspections of wheel hubs, and, if needed, replacement hubs, for its heavy-duty trucks in Japan due to a January accident when a wheel fell off a Mitsubishi trailer and killed a woman. Mitsubishi says it knows of 23 other similar incidents dating back to June 1998 and 11 more that were turned up in an investigation following the January accident. Maintenance issues are to blame in the 23 incidents, Mitsubishi says. The auto maker has yet to ...

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