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Saab Recalls Nearly 300,000 Vehicles
A recall has been issued for hundreds of thousands of Saab vehicles worldwide.

General Motors, which owns Saab, says there's a problem with the ignition system in nearly 300-thousand cars that could lead to overheating.

The recall involves the 9-3 and 9-5 Saab models made in 2000, 2001, and 2002.

The US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has found problems in the ignition system that can lead to overheating, Orjan Aslund, a spokesman for General Motors, which owns Saab, told the paper. He added that the problem had not caused any injuries.

A total of 287 987 cars will be recalled.

Saab says there's no immediate danger to drivers and all the vehicles will be fixed within the next nine months.
05 Oct 2005 by admin

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