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The Nation

March 13, 1986

The government said it has opened preliminary investigations into the potential for engine fires in an estimated 800,000 1984- and 1985-model cars from General Motors Corp. The two new studies cover roughly 135,000 1984 Pontiac Fieros and about 650,000 1985 J-cars, including the Chevrolet Cavalier, Pontiac 2000, Oldsmobile Firenza, Buick Skyhawk and Cadillac Cimarron. The report also listed the opening of preliminary evaluations of 350,000 1980-82 Toyota Motor Corp. Tercels for loss of steering control.

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