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BMW of North America will recall about 91,800 Mini Coopers because of a faulty sensor in front seats produced in part by a German unit of Johnson Controls Inc., one of the world’s largest producers of automotive interiors.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the sensor might not detect a passenger in the front seat and the air bag would not deploy in a crash. Johnson Controls produced the complete seats, but not the sensors, according to Fraser Engerman, a spokesman for the Glendale-based company.

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