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Buildup in the throttle body can affect the mechanism, and Toyota points to bad gasoline as the cause.
Attorney fees of $4.9 million OK'd
Shannon P. Duffy
The Legal Intelligencer
A federal judge has approved a settlement worth more than $32 million in a class action products liability suit against Mercedes Benz brought by owners of cars manufactured from 1998 to 2001 who said they were never warned that use of non-synthetic motor oils would cause premature engine wear.
A class action suit was filed August 4, 2004, in California Superior Court, Los Angeles County, alleging a design defect in 2003-2004 Honda Element windshields that leads to cracking.
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Ford Motor Company and Victims' Legal Team Settle Texas Door Latch Case
Thursday April 29, 4:42 pm ET
Door Latch Failure Blamed for the Deaths of Two Texas Women
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Dear Volkswagen Owner:
Thank you for contacting the Center for Auto Safety (CAS) about your VW. CAS has received numerous complaints from consumers on stalling, premature brake wear, engine and transmission failures, defective heater cores, and unintended acceleration.Read More »