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Gov't investigates Honda CR-V, Kia Optima
WASHINGTON (KABC) -- The federal government opened up preliminary investigations into certain Hondas and Kias.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said three people complained of fires coming from the driver's power window switch in 2006 Honda CR-Vs.
Three people complained about problems with a shift cable in the automatic transmission of the Kia Optima. One person said the car rolled away while in park.
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