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Distributor to Recall 14,900 Sterling Cars

November 22, 1987|Associated Press

DETROIT — Austin Rover Cars of North America Inc. is recalling 14,900 Sterling sedans to replace a possibly faulty ignition switch that could fail and interrupt electrical power, the company has announced.

If the switch fails, the car's electrical accessories such as air conditioning, heater, power windows, sunroof and seats, radio and headlights can stop working while the car is on the road.

No accidents or injuries have been reported as a result of the fault, company spokesman Michael Geylin said. He said the switches will be checked and faulty ones will be replaced.

The Sterling sedan is a joint product of Britain's Austin Rover and Japan's Honda. It is distributed in the United States by Austin Rover Cars of North America.

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