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    UPDATE 8-Dumped by Honda, air bag maker faces fresh questions over future  

    * Honda says won't use Takata front air bag inflators * U.S. imposes fine of $70 mln, could be more * Takata shares close down 13.4 pct, briefly down 20 pct * Takata CEO says to phase out ammonium nitrate (Recasts, adding more Honda comment, Toyota, Nissan, analyst. Changes slug, pvs USA-TAKATA/) By Naomi Tajitsu and David Morgan...More
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    Volkswagen to Recall Vehicles Over Camshaft Defect  

    A notice to dealers from VW says it will recall certain vehicles with 1.8L and 2.0L gasoline engines in December because their camshaft lobes may break off, reducing engine and brake power....More
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    Reports Say U.S. Settles With Takata Over Airbags  

    A Japanese newspaper reports the auto supplier will pay $70 million to U.S. regulators and car owners in a settlement stemming from defective airbags blamed for several deaths...More
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    Nissan Rechecking Takata Airbags  

    An injury last week to a passenger who was struck by small pieces of metal when her Takata airbag deployed prompted Nissan to recheck vehicles equipped with the devices initially declared defect-free....More
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    Fiat Chrysler recalls about 900,000 SUVs to fix airbags, brakes  

    (Adds more details on the recalls) Oct 30 (Reuters) - Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV said it was recalling nearly 900,000 vehicles around the world to fix issues related to airbag deployment and anti-lock braking systems. The company said it was recalling 284,089 model-year 2003 Jeep Liberty and 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokees SUVs in the United States to replace some components linked to the deployment of airbags. The company said it was aware of seven injuries related to the problem but no accidents. (
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    UPDATE 1-GM recalls 1.3 mln older cars for fire hazard  

    (Adds details) Oct 27 (Reuters) - General Motors Co said it is recalling about 1.3 million older model cars in the United States to fix oil leakages that pose a fire hazard. The company said drops of oil may be deposited on the hot exhaust manifold through hard braking, possibly leading to engine compartment fires. The recall affects sedans and coupes from 1997 to 2004 model years, GM said, adding that it was aware of post-repair fires in some vehicles but no crashes or fatalities....More

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