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Ford says C-Max recall will cost $500 million

Ford Motor Company put a price tag on its latest recall: $500 million.

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Ford recalls 850,000 cars for air bag flaw

Ford Motor says it is recalling 850,000 cars because of the risk of a short circuit that could prevent its air bag from deploying in a crash.

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Chrysler recalls more than 230,000 SUVs

Chrysler is recalling more than 230,000 Dodge Durangos and Jeep Grand Cherokees worldwide due to a faulty fuel pump that could cause engines to stall.

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M&Ms recalled due to peanut allergy risk

Mars Inc. is recalling boxes of plain M&Ms sold because they may contain peanut butter.

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Ferrari recalls 3,000 cars for entrapment danger

Ferrari is recalling 3,082 of its exotic 458 sports cars in the United States because a defect with an interior latch means there's a danger that someone could become trapped in the trunk.

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Chevy

GM recalls 205,000 Cadillacs, Impalas

Add 205,309 more cars to General Motors' recall tally.

On Saturday, the automaker announced it was recalling Cadillac XTS and Chevrolet Impalas because of a problem with the electronic parking brake arm in some vehicles.

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Kraft

Kraft recalls more than 7,500 cases of cheese

Kraft Foods Group has announced a recall of more than 7,500 cases of its popular single-slice American cheese.

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Brita recalling children's water bottles

Brita is recalling approximately 242,500 children's water filter bottles due to a possible laceration hazard.

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Ford recalls 83,000 vehicles

Ford is recalling 83,250 vehicles for potential problems with the halfshaft and linkshaft.

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Honda expands recall of Civics, Accords for exploding...

Honda announces it is expanding a recall because a defective inflator could explode in a crash, sending debris and shrapnel into the passenger compartment.

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Report: Graco recalling 1.9 million more car seats

Graco is recalling 1.9 million infant car seats in what is now the largest seat recall in U.S. history, officials told The Associated Press.

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