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Saab Recalls Cars for Air Bag Malfunction

November 23, 2002|From Bloomberg News

General Motors Corp.'s Saab Automobile unit said Friday that it's recalling 55,000 Saab 900 cars worldwide to fix an electronic air bag control that could malfunction and deploy the air bag.

The cars are 1995 model year 900s, including 20,500 sold in the U.S. Saab, based in Trollhattan, Sweden, is notifying owners to bring the cars to dealers, who will replace the control unit without charge, the company said.

The malfunction is most common in humid climates, spokesman Kevin Smith said.

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