Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. recalls 103,000 ’00- and ’01-model Sentra sedans sold in the U.S. due to a possibly faulty engine timing sensor that could cause the vehicle to stop while in motion. Nissan’s U.S. dealers will replace the sensor. Nissan says the recall also includes another 13,000 Sentras sold in Canada. Models sold in Europe and Japan also are affected, but no figures were released. No accidents or injuries due to the problem have been reported, says a Nissan spokesman.
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