STOCKHOLM, Dec 27 (Reuters) - Sweden's Volvo said on Thursday it would recall 125,000 trucks in the United States because of a fault with an electrical component. Volvo, the world's number two truck maker, said the problem was related to the main circuit-breaker in the lighting system. "We have had reports of incidents. Exactly what that entails, I don't know, but we have decided it is serious," Volvo spokesman Tommy Kohle said. He declined to say how much the recall would cost, but said ...
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