DaimlerChrysler AG’s Chrysler Group is recalling 1.6 million ’93-’98 Grand Cherokee SUVs after customer complaints the vehicle was rolling backward when in park. Chrysler says its own internal investigation found no problem, but is recalling the Grand Cherokees to comply with a federal investigation and satisfy worried owners. Some 59 injuries have occurred as a result of the problem. To remedy the situation, Chrysler is installing a device on the floor shifter to make certain the ...

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