AUBURN HILLS, MI – Chrysler Group engineers at its Quality Engineering Center (QEC) here are planning to expand a parts examination program to involve all 4,500 dealers in the U.S. – and autopsy defective parts from Mitsubishi Motors Corp. and Mercedes-Benz vehicles as well. Hands-on examination of parts to improve quality will expand significantly over the next two years, says J. Michael Burke, senior manager-Parts Return Group Service Engineering, at the QEC located near Chrysler Group ...

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