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    CORRECTED (OFFICIAL)-Mitsubishi Motors recalls 920,000 vehicles over light switch glitch  

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    UPDATE 4-GM adds 284,000 older cars as number of U.S. recalls this year hits 29  

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    Taillight Issue Prompts 284,000-Unit Mercedes Recall  

    The automaker is recalling C-Class sedans sold in the U.S. and Canada from the 2008-2011 model years because a faulty electrical-ground connection could cause the taillights to dim or fail....More
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    VW Recalls 160,351 Passat Sedans in U.S., Canada  

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    Chrysler Recalls 49,400 Dodge Charger Cars  

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