DaimlerChrysler AG’s Chrysler Group is recalling 464,315 ’01- and ’02-model PT Cruisers because of possible fuel leak problems. Chrysler says it has received no complaints associated with the problems. Chrysler will remedy the first, involving a possible fuel pump leak, by installing a secondary seal to the fuel pump. Of the vehicles being recalled, a quarter also have a problem with the underhood fuel supply line, which could rub against the air conditioning service port and cause a ...

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