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    Blame it on the bling. Nissan Motor engineers inspecting the company's $1.4 billion Mississippi plant traced vehicle paint flaws and scratches to the watches, wedding rings, belt buckles and bracelets that assembly line workers were wearing on the job.

    In June, Nissan dispatched 200 mechanical, structural, electrical, chemical and materials engineers from its Tokyo headquarters after a J.D. Power and Associates Initial Quality Study published consumer complaints about Nissan vehicles manufactured in the United States.

    The study, published annually, questioned 51,000 consumers who bought or leased 2004-model trucks and cars.

    Consumer gripes about vehicles made at Nissan's Canton, Miss. factory included wind noise, vibrating brake pedals and paint blemishes...
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