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TOKYO, April 18 (Kyodo) — Nissan Motor Co. in a report to the government Thursday said it will recall a total of 85,220 minivans produced between November 2010 and February 2012 under its Serena and Suzuki Motor Corp.'s Landy brands.

A component of an electricity generator attached to the engine could drop out due to a defective installment, causing the engine to stall in the worst-case scenario, Nissan said in the report.

Since May 2011, 130 complaints have indicated problems related to the defect, although no accidents have been reported.

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