DETROIT (AP) -- General Motors Corp. is recalling about 254,000 of its Saturn L-Series cars from model years 2000-03 to correct an engine problem that has led to fires.
GM said Tuesday it plans to begin notifying owners of the cars, which are equipped with 2.2-liter engines, next month.
GM said it will replace the ignition module and spark plugs on the cars. Also, on 2002-03 models, GM said mechanics will reprogram the powertrain control module.
The repairs will be done at no charge to the customer.
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