(Adds impact on earnings, other details, background) TOKYO, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co, Japan's third-largest auto maker, said on Thursday it would recall 1.02 million cars worldwide at an estimated cost of 15 to 16 billion yen ($138-148 million) due to an engine defect. The recall, covering 25 models, is the second-biggest ever by a Japanese auto maker, a transport ministry official said. The biggest was also by Nissan, involving about 1.05 million cars in May 1996. A Nissan ...
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