Mitsubishi recalls certain vehicles manufactured between 2009-2011
Wednesday, May 13th, 2015 at 2:00 pm
The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced that Mitsubishi Motors Corp. is recalling no less than 130,000 of its newer vehicles manufactured from 2009 to 2011 due to two separate issues that may compromise visibility and cause damaging collisions, Nasdaq reported on May 9.
The first recall involves 76,958 vehicles with a faulty blower motor, which might not defrost the windshield adequately. The automotive company said it would notify all the affected consumers for a free motor replacement, although no notification schedule has been provided yet.
The second recall involves 53,396 cars with faulty control units that manage the head and tail lights, as well as the windshield wiper. Although a notification schedule has yet to be announced, Mitsubishi said they are willing to replace the faulty electronic control unit free of charge.
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