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Auto parts retailer Wal-Mart has recalled more than half a million cars in the U.S. and Canada after discovering the batteries of some of the vehicles may be prone to overheating, according to the company.

The recall covers more than 5.6 million vehicles and affects about 20 million vehicles.

Wal-mart, which also sells parts to consumers and has an assembly plant in Arizona, said the batteries may catch fire, causing them to explode.

The company said that, while no deaths have been linked to the batteries, there have been reports of overheating in the batteries and they may need to be replaced.

“We’re taking immediate steps to prevent this from happening to any more vehicles,” a Wal- Mart spokesman said in an email.

The U.K.-based retailer has been the target of several other recalls this year, but this is the first recall affecting its supply chain.

Wal-Mart said that while it has never seen an issue like this before, the batteries can be difficult to replace.

“We are working with suppliers to investigate this,” the spokesman said.

The batteries can also become unstable and explode if heated to temperatures higher than 250 degrees Celsius, Wal- mart said.

It said the recalled vehicles are likely to be in stores in the next week or two.

Earlier this month, the company recalled more to prevent the spread of the virus.

Walmart has been dealing with the virus in a number of different ways, including increasing employee vaccination rates and requiring customers to show a health certificate to buy products.