Honda Motor Co. Ltd. is calling back some 29,494 Accord sedans and wagons at home in Japan because of a possible faulty fuel line. The cars were built from Oct. 2, 2002, through May 8, 2003. There have been no accidents or injuries relating to the problem, but Honda has received three complaints about the line. Honda has yet to decide how to handle the problem on Accords sold in the U.S. and Europe.

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