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VW Recalls 340,000 Jettas and Rabbits

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Volkswagen is going to recall 340,000 Mexican made Jettas and Rabbits that were sold in the US due to a headlamp defect.

The recall concerns the rubber caps that could be missing from the horizontal and vertical headlight alignment screws. According to a VW spokesperson this defect does not pose a danger to drivers and starting today owners can have their vehicles fixed at their local Volkswagen dealer.

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