10 Most Terrifying Manufacturing Defects

The 1971 to 1975 Ford Pinto was recalled in 1978. Mardis Coers/Contributor/Getty Images

Cars are complex pieces of machinery, and every so often manufacturers slip up by including a component that doesn't work as intended, forcing a recall. Sometimes this can be as simple as a small piece of plastic -- but other times, it can be much, much more dangerous. Tune in to learn more about the most deadly automotive recalls in history.

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