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    BMW Takata Airbag Recall in U.S. Extended Nationwide  

    The German automaker tells federal regulators it will recall about 140,000 3-Series vehicles from the 2004 to 2006 model years equipped with potentially defective Takata airbags....More
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    GM Receives 104 New Compensation Claims for Ignition Defect  

    The automaker now has received 2,430 claims for compensation for deaths, critical injuries or less-serious injuries allegedly resulting from defective ignition switches in its cars....More
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    FCA US Goes Global With Takata Airbag Recall  

    The former Chrysler Group will recall 3.3 million older cars with potentially dangerous defects in Takata-produced driver's-side airbags....More
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    Global Recall Covers 288,000 Dodge Ram Pickups  

    The successor to Chrysler Group, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles US, has notified U.S. safety regulators that a loose fastener in the 2005 model-year pickups may loosen and cause the rear axle to lock up or detach....More
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    Mercedes Recalls Sprinter Vans With Possible Oil Leak  

    The recall covers 8,279 Sprinter 2500- and 3500-model vans from the 2014 and 2015 model years with chain tensioner gaskets that may allow oil to leak, raising the risk of a fire or stalling engine....More
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    Ford Recalling 502,000 Mustangs With Takata Airbags  

    The automaker is recalling 502,500 Mustangs and Ford GT sports cars sold outside the high-humidity areas that supplier Takata said could increase the chances of its airbag inflators to malfunction....More
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    Fuel-Cell Cars: All Ramped Up With No Place to Go?

    Hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle discussions usually turn to the I word: infrastructure. Automakers are investing too much into FCVs to guess whether refueling infrastructure will grow. It will. But for now it’s running on fumes....More
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    Senate Confirms New NHTSA Administrator  

    Mark Rosekind takes over as the nation's chief auto-safety regulator amid charges NHTSA responded too slowly to address defects in General Motors ignition switches and Takata airbags....More
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    Honda Recalling 500,000-Plus Cars in China With Takata Airbags  

    More than 85% of the 569,769 cars being recalled due to potentially defective airbags are Accord models built between May 2002 and December 2007 by the Japanese automaker's joint venture with Guangzhou Automobile Group....More
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    Takata Heightens Supplier Scrutiny Amid Airbag Crisis  

    Responding to a global recall of more than 20 million vehicles equipped with airbags that can explode, a defect blamed in five deaths, Takata is stepping up the pace of quality inspections at its key suppliers....More
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    Mazda to Investigate Takata Airbags in 52,000 Cars in Japan  

    The automaker is recalling Atenza and RX-8 models made between 2004 and 2008 to investigate potential defects in Takata airbags that have prompted the recall of nearly 20 million cars globally....More
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    UPDATE 2-New EU truck safety and efficiency law faces years of delay  

    (Adds ACEA reaction) By Julia Fioretti BRUSSELS, Dec 11 (Reuters) - The European Union has agreed to a law to make trucks safer but implementation could take up to eight years after industry pushed for time to develop designs expected to save both lives and fuel....More
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    Honda Expands Takata Airbag-Related Recall  

    The Japanese automaker is recalling about 400,000 vehicles globally in what it calls a precautionary measure to replace Takata-manufactured airbag inflators that may explode, a defect linked to five deaths....More
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    Nissan recalls about 470,000 SUVs, cars for possible fuel leaks  

    NISSAN-RECALL/:Nissan recalls about 470,000 SUVs, cars for possible fuel leaks...More
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