About 1 million Chrysler Group vehicles are being investigated for possible seatbelt defects. The U.S. National Highway Traffic and Safety Admin. is looking into complaints from owners of ’95-’03 Chrysler, Dodge and Plymouth models about loosening seatbelts, says Reuters. Included in the preliminary investigation are special belts that tighten around child seats. Chrysler has received 17 complaints that the belts loosened while in use because the cinching latch plate had broken. ...

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