WINDSOR, ON, Canada – Chrysler LLC is scheduled to begin pilot production of its export-market minivans this month with a goal to launch Job One by February, a company official says. Pilot production of diesel-equipped minivans will begin in about three weeks, while right-hand-drive pilots will begin to roll off the line here by month’s end, says Marcel Breault, manager of Chrysler’s Windsor Assembly plant. Chrysler equips its minivans with a 2.8L I-4 diesel engine for export. A small ...

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