Saab Automobile reportedly will recall 287,987 of its 9-3 and 9-5 cars worldwide, a result of ignition systems that could be prone to overheating. Swedish press reports peg the cost of replacing defective ignition boxes in the cars at more than SK600 million ($77 million). A Saab spokesman tells Dow Jones Newswires there is no immediate danger to owners, and the recall, which will be conducted in stages, should be completed by first-half 2006. Meanwhile, Saab Cars U.S.A. Inc. says its ...
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