TOKYO – Mitsubishi Motors Corp. says it will recall 676,741 minivehicles in Japan to repair a potentially defective battery box. Japan’s fourth-largest auto maker will recall the 0.66L Minica and Minica Toppo models, which may leak battery fluid onto brakelines and corrode them. Brakeline corrosion has the potential to lead to brake failure, however, Mitsubishi says it knows of no accidents resulting from this problem. The recall comes at a time when Mitsubishi, owned partially by ...

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