VW briefly stopped Touran deliveries after fault


FRANKFURT, May 21 (Reuters) - German carmaker Volkswagen AG said on Wednesday it had briefly stopped delivering its Touran minivans on Tuesday after the condensors in the cooling system of two vehicles caught fire. "We have tested it and established that there are some individual cases," a VW spokesman said. "But deliveries got back to normal this morning," he added. The defective condensors in two vehicles had caught fire after the engine was switched off for the first time in the plant ...

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