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March 15, 1994|From Times Staff and Wire Reports

Nissan Recalling 218,000 Altimas: The auto maker said it is recalling the 1993 and '94 Altima sedans sold in the United States and Canada to fix a faulty cable that could prevent the engine from returning to idle. Nissan said the throttle cable could pull out of its mount in the vehicle fire wall in some cold-weather conditions. Repairs will be made free at authorized Nissan dealers.

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