DETROIT, March 28 (Reuters) - Volkswagen AG's U.S. unit recalled more than 71,000 Jetta sedans due to a defect in the wiring system controlling the car horn that can cause the car to stall, a company spokeswoman said on Monday. The wiring layout that controls the horn also controls the converter box, which governs the engine management system, lighting system and wipers. In "very rare" circumstances, an electrical short in the horn could cause a short in the converter box and could make ...
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