PARIS, Sept 19 (Reuters) - French carmaker Renault said on Friday it was recalling 230,000 Laguna cars worldwide, mostly in France, due to an electrical problem. A spokesman for the firm said the company had detected an electrical problem with a system that optimises the Laguna braking system. He said this did not mean the cars' brakes themselves were at fault. He declined to give financial details and said the cars would be recalled at the start of October. Some 86,000 of the cars ...
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