Mitsubishi Motors Corp. is recalling 116,000 vehicles, as it continues to reel from revelations it hid defects from Japanese authorities. The recall, the auto maker’s ninth this year, affects 10 models produced from 1996 to 2004. Mitsubishi says the models may have defective rear and front turn signals, as well as faulty axle shafts and other components. However, no accidents have been reported. Some 11,000 were exported, but none went to the U.S., an unidentified employee tells Reuters. ...

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