Chrysler Group is recalling 88,000 ’96-’97-model Sebring convertibles with 2.5L V-6 engines because of a sticky throttle, reports say. A DC spokeswoman tells the Associated Press that only one accident related to the problem is known, but no one was injured. She advises Sebring owners to push the brake in the event of an emergency to release the gas pedal, however, Chrysler dealers will be fixing the problem free of charge (see related story: Sticky Throttle Alleged Against 3.1 Million GM ...

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