The National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. opens an investigation into possible throttle problems with 590,000 Chrysler Group models. Chrysler 300M, LHS and Concorde and Dodge Intrepid sedans from model years ’99-’00 are affected. NHTSA says it has received five complaints about sticky throttles, including reports of throttles sticking when merging onto a freeway at maximum acceleration or when traveling at highway speeds. No accidents or injuries have been reported relating to the ...

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