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(KSL News) -- General Motors, Mazda, and Nissan corporations all announce recalls today on vehicles from their line of cars and SUV'S.
GM is recalling 240-thousand Saturn L-series cars, model years 2000 through 2003, to fix a faulty ignition control computer that could eventually trigger a fire.
GM is also recalling 95-thousand Buick Rendezvous sport utility vehicles from the 2002 and 2003 model years to reinforce the support around the rear liftgate latch; the latch can fail in a crash.
Mazda plans to recall 64-thousand Mazda 6, Miata and MPV models from 2001 through 2003 due to a fog lamp socket that could come loose and set the bumper on fire.
A separate recall for 45,600 Mazda 6 sedans has been ordered to fix an indicator in the brake fluid reservoir.
And Nissan announced the recall of 60-thousand Infiniti G-35 coupes and sedans sold as 2003 models so they can fix a brake lamp switch that can fail, causing the brake lights to stay off when the brakes are in use.