Ferrari recall: faulty crankshaft could cause no-so-good vibrations

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Even the esteemed Ferrari, specifically the 458 and California, apparently aren't perfect.

But a crankshaft issue? As odd as it may sound, Ferrari is recalling a combined 206 Califiornia and 458 models worldwide.

The problem is caused by an incorrect finish to the models' crankshaft. As a result, unwanted vibrations can damage the engine

"We are writing to all clients affected now, asking them to return the car to a dealer for the work to be done,"Ferrari spokesman said.

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