Chrysler Group has resumed production of the Chrysler Pacifica at its Windsor, Ont., Canada, assembly plant after a brief delay due to quality issues surrounding the cross/utility vehicle’s 3.5L engine. Output was restarted Feb. 9, ending a temporary shutdown of the line that began Feb. 5, when the auto maker identified a problem with the connecting rod bolt used on the 3.5L engine. (See related story: Parts Problem Halts Pacifica Production) Chrysler has quarantined a batch of engines ...

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