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Ford recalls 221,000 vehicles for door handle, seat belt problems

Ford said it is recalling about 221,000 cars and vans for door handle and seat belt problems. Ford said it is not aware of any crashes or injuries related to the two recalls.  » READ

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GM’s confirmed ignition deaths hit 50 as claims deadline nears


Claims against GM over ignitions pass 2,800


Kia recalls nearly 87,000 Forte sedans in U.S. due to fire risk


Porsche recalls 13,500 Cayennes, Panameras to fix fuel-seal flaw


Honda signals shift from Takata, hires rival to supply Accord airbags, report says


GM issues stop-sale on crossovers for problem with Goodyear tires


Japan's Daicel to lift inflator output after Takata recalls


GM accused of misleading investors over recalls


Takata recalls prompt Japan to consider supplier regulations


GM does not have to turn over notes to ignition-flaw plaintiffs, judge rules


Marchionne says industry may have over-reacted on recalls


GM gets 141 more claims for faulty ignition switch compensation


Honda supercar father Ito misses rebirth as recalls sully NSX debut


Jeep drivers still dying in gas tank fires 18 months into recall


Takata stock rises after lender expresses support


Subaru recalls 200,000 U.S. vehicles second time for brake line fix


Safety's worth a bit of inconvenience


Fixing the recall process is a top priority this year


How FCA US eases shortage of techs


General Motors issues 3 new recalls, citing ignition systems


Lincoln MKC recalled to move push-button start from near touchscreen


VW recalls 2015 Jettas for headlight glitch


Takata N.A. unit hires new general counsel amid airbag crisis


Exit at Takata puts crisis in family control


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Growing list of safe cars belies fears in record recalls


Porsche recalls 918 Spyder to replace faulty chassis parts


Older vehicles can escape recalls' nets


When recalls go to court, NHTSA tends to win


GM gets 104 more claims for faulty ignition-switch compensation


Japan's laws, attitude help recalls work better


Honda dealers face recall phone blitz


U.S. auto recalls top 60 million as response to defects shift


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GM develops contingency plans in case Takata recalls widen


FCA recalling Dodge Ram pickups for possible loose fastener