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Auto safety regulators are investigating a recall last year of some 895,000 Jeep and Dodge S.U.V.s with sun visors that can short-circuit and ignite after some of them apparently caught fire even after being repaired.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said it had received eight reports of fires in vehicles whose electrical wiring had been repaired in a recall started by Fiat Chrysler in July, according to a statement on its website announcing a “recall query.” There were no reports of injuries.

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