Engines in two cars made by Saab Automobile could be damaged by cold weather if the vehicles are used for brief drives. The problem affects the 9-5 and 9-3 cars assembled before 2002, the Swedish auto maker says. About 100,000 units with the defect reportedly have been sold in Sweden; affected models likely also have been delivered to the U.S., Canada and other Scandinavian countries, all of which have cold climates. The combination of cold weather and brief drives, which do not allow ...
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