Nissan to recall some 76,000 cars for repairs-Kyodo

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TOKYO, Jan 21 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co , Japan's third-biggest auto maker, will recall for repairs some 76,000 cars involving nine different models, Kyodo news agency reported on Wednesday. In eight diesel models, the recall is due to defects in engine parts that could cause engines to stop and prevent them from being restarted. The brakes also could operate ineffectively, Kyodo quoted the company as saying in a report submitted to the Transport Ministry. The eight models had been ...

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