Mazda Recalls 90K Cars In Japan, China

Law360, New York (April 15, 2010, 3:24 PM EDT) -- Mazda Motor Corp. has reportedly recalled nearly 90,000 vehicles in Japan and China in order to fix an oil hose problem, marking the Japanese automaker's second recall in recent months.

The recall affects a passenger vehicle called the Axela in Japan and the Mazda 3 in China, according to Reuters. In a filing to Japanese regulators, Mazda said driving on rough roads could cause the oil hose to rub against the radiator's protective panel, causing oil to leak and potentially prevent the car from starting....
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