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Recent Auto Recalls in China
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On March 3, Shanghai General Motors announced it would recall 1,231 Excelle sedans because of defective anti-lock braking systems.


On March 2, DaimlerChrysler announced it would recall 23,677 Mercedes S-Class sedans due to possible fuel tank problems.


On February 28, Renault announced its plan to recall 291 Laguna BGOW sedans because of fuel pipe problems.


On February 27, FAW Huali announced it would recall 721 Dario Terios compact SUVs due to faulty horns.


On February 27, Nissan announced it would recall 4,542 X-Trail T30 SUVs because of fuel leaks.


On February 22, Porsche announced it would recall 60 Carrera S 997 sports cars due to defective exhaust pipes.


(China Daily March 13, 2006)

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