Four auto makers are recalling more than 450,000 vehicles in the U.S. due to a variety of defects, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. Included in the recalls: 256,409 Dodge Dakota pickups; Dodge Durango and Jeep Liberty and Wrangler SUVs; and Chrysler 300 and Dodge Magnum cars due to defects that could allow the vehicles to roll away while in the “park” position. Affected models are all ’05s. 123,592 General Motors Corp. ’05 and ’06 pickups, SUVs, vans and cars ...
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