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Ford recalling about 1.3M vehicles for possible door issue


Honda recalls 1.2M Accords; battery sensors can catch fire


Fiat Chrysler recalls 1.3 million vehicles over alternator, wiring problems


Marine Chevy hosts blood drive next Saturday


Greenville Nissan wins award of excellence


Takata files for bankruptcy, overwhelmed by air bag recalls


Hyundai recalls 600,000 vehicles: Santa Fe, Sonata, Santa Fe Sport, Genesis


Toyota recalls 250,000 Tacoma pickups


Subaru recalls cars over engine stalling problem


Ford recalling 53K trucks that roll away when in park


Nissan recalls 56,000 cars, cites power steering


Ford recalling nearly 32,000 vehicles for air bag defect


Takata pleads guilty in air bag scandal, pays $1B


2016 had the hightest level of traffic related deaths in nearly a decade


Mazda recalls 174K cars to fix faulty seats


GM recalls older models to fix air bag sensor problem


BMW recalling 230K vehicles with Takata air bags


Nissan recalls Altima; Doors might open if window rolled down


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