Valentine's Day candy, motorcycles, jeeps and passenger cars are the latest items to make the recall lists.
The Food and Drug Administration has ordered 16,300 cases of chocolate-covered Valentine's Day candy recalled because of the possibility of salmonella poisoning.
The candy is not a significant health hazard, the agency said.
FDA said the candy was manufactured by King Candy Co., marketed under that name as well as Lady Charlene and Hostess House. The candy was distributed principally in Texas and Oklahoma.
Yamaha Motor Co. is recalling nearly 11,000 motorcycles sold in the United States to replace defective gearboxes.
The models involved are the Sports SX750 and 1-J-7 built between March 1976 and January 1978. The possible defects could cause premature wear on the transmission system, the company said.
Fiat Motors is recalling 26,600 of its 1975 and 1976 Fiat 131 models to correct potentially defective throttle control mechanisms, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced yesterday.
American Motors Corp.'s recall in two days. Jeep Corp. is voluntarily recalling 96,760 of its 1976, 1977 and early 1978 jeep vehicles for inspection of a possible loss of transmission lubricant. Vehicles involved in the recall include Jeep CJ5 and CJ7 models with three-speed manual transmissions that could experience loss of transmission lubricant into the transfer case.