Ford Motor Co. recalls 21,000 '96-'98 minivans, light pickup trucks and sport/utility vehicles because of daytime running lights that do not meet U.S. standards. The National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. says the vehicles were built for sale in Canada and were imported into the U.S. in the mistaken belief that they met U.S. requirements. • Jaguar will show off its new entry-level X400 sedan at the Geneva auto show in early 2001. The automaker will release photos of the car — and reveal ...

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