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General Motors is recalling about 1.4 million vehicles, including about 1.3 million in the United States, because oil dripping on hot engine components has continued to cause fires despite three earlier recalls, the automaker said on Tuesday.

The company is aware of 1,345 fires in vehicles repaired in earlier recalls, Alan Adler, a G.M. spokesman, said in an email. There were 19 injuries described as minor and some structures, such as garages, were damaged, but the number was not immediately available, he said.

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