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    Chrysler Recalls 33,443 Light Trucks in U.S. for Tire Pressure Issues  

    Affected in one recall are an estimated 23,053 '14-model Ram ProMaster full-size commercial vans. The second recall affects an estimated 10,390 Jeep Wrangler SUVs and Dodge Grand Caravan/Chrysler Town & Country minivans....More
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    Ford Recalls Ford, Lincoln CUVs Over Fire Hazard  

    The automaker is recalling about 200,000 Ford Edge and Lincoln MKX models from the '07-'08 model years with fuel-tank brackets that could corrode, causing a fuel leak and possible fire....More
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    Two Chrysler Recalls Cover 560,000 Vehicles  

    The automaker is recalling 381,876 Ram trucks from the '10-'14 model years to repair fuel-heater housings that could overheat and cause fuel leaks, and 184,186 Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge Durango SUVs from the '14 model year to upgrade electronic-stability-control system software....More
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    Honda India Recalls Cars With Potential Airbag Defect  

    The Japanese automaker's Indian subsidiary will replace the driver's-side airbag inflator in more than 2,300 cars and SUVs....More
  • Oct 24, 2014
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    Driving in Greece Stressful, But Worth It

    The islands are lovely to visit, but be prepared for narrow winding roads with few guardrails to protect the buses, ATVs, scooters, cars and pedestrians that use them. And don’t bother looking for road signs....More
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    Takata Still on Board as Honda Supplier, Exec Says  

    Senior Managing Officer Yoshihary Yamamoto, who also is Honda's R&D chief, says the automaker will continue doing business with Takata, although its defective airbags have prompted a recall affecting 5 million of its vehicles....More
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    Audi Recalling A4 Models Over Airbag Issues  

    The global recall of 850,000 cars includes 250,000 sold in China, the luxury automaker's biggest market, and 150,000 sold in parent Volkswagen's home base in Germany....More
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