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A U.S. auto safety agency opened an investigation into roughly 30…

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A U.S. auto safety agency opened an investigation into roughly 30 million vehicles over possible faulty airbag inflators on Friday, affecting over 20 automakers, Reuters reported, citing a government document it reviewed.
The vehicles, with model years from…

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