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Citroen recalls 3,000 vehicles

MORE than 3,000 Citroen Xsaras and Xsara Picassos are being recalled to check for faulty suspension joints. The problem affects 3,648 cars produced between July and September 2000, with the possibility that the suspension ball joint could disengage due to incorrect machining.

All affected vehicles will be recalled and the defective part replaced if necessary. A spokesman for Citroen UK said only around 400 of the cars had so far reached customers and a small percentage would need the components replacing. He added that all affected customers had been notified and most of the checks had already been carried out.

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