Suspect 3.5L V-6 engines that forced a temporary halt to Chrysler Pacifica production earlier this month also made their way into early production models of the LX large rear-wheel-drive vehicles being ramped up at the Brampton, Ont., Canada, assembly plant. Chrysler’s powertrain engineering team discovered the problem with the connecting rod bolt during internal durability testing at the powertrain lab in Auburn Hills, a spokeswoman says. Chrysler Pacifica Pacifica ...

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