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Recall roundup: Lexus vehicles for fire risk


The Japanese based automaker Lexus has officially announced a new recall for approximately 423,000 units because of a possible fire risk. According to the car manufacturer, owners of about 423,000 Lexus vehicles will have to take a trip back to the dealers because of a possible fire risk. The company says that the seal between the fuel pressure sensor and the ...
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Recall roundup: Toyota vehicles for fire risk
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