Ferrari recalls nearly every car sold since 2005 over brake fluid leaks

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U.S. National Highway Traffic & Safety Administration

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Though it’s not a mass-market brand, Ferrari has one of the week’s most noteworthy recalls.

The Italian supercar maker is repairing a problem with the brake fluid reservoir cap that prevents proper venting and possible leakage. It will replace the  cap and update related software in more than 23,000 vehicles made since 2005. In fact, just four models aren’t impacted by the recall.

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