Mitsubishi issued recalls after learning about two issues that may decrease road visibility and cause injurious accidents, Nasdaq reported on May 9.
Approximately 76,958 Lancer and Outlander units manufactured between 2009 and 2011 were recalled by the company after reports of a blower motor that might fail to defrost the windshield. On the other hand, the company is also recalling 53,396 newer Lancer and Outlander models due to a defective electronic control unit that may cause the wiper or the head and tail lights to malfunction.
Although Mitsubishi has not yet scheduled a notification date, the automotive giant says it is willing to replace the defective car components free of charge.
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