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Ten of the world’s largest carmakers were sued over claims that keyless ignitions lacking an automatic shut-off endanger drivers and passengers with deadly carbon monoxide fumes.

Manufacturers including Toyota Motor Corp., Ford Motor Co. and Honda Motor Co. have long known of the risks and failed to fix the defect even as 13 people have died, consumers said in a lawsuit filed Wednesday in Los Angeles federal court.

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