Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. says it will call back 2.55 million vehicles – some 25 different models – worldwide for an engine fault. The recall, estimated to cost $138 million-$148 million, affects 1.02 million cars in Japan; 700,000 in North America and 460,000 in Europe, reports say. Engine sensors in the affected vehicles reportedly could short-circuit and cut the engine’s power. No related accidents have been reported. Affected models built between 1998 and May 2003 include such vehicles ...

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