CHICAGO – Chrysler Group is bankrolling the troubled Toledo, OH, operations of Haden International Group, a key supplier to the auto maker’s next-generation ’07 Jeep Wrangler scheduled for production this summer, sources tell Ward’s. Haden, which is based in Auburn Hills, MI, just minutes from Chrysler headquarters, was unable to meet payroll last week and reportedly closed its doors. But the company is back in business and living up to its agreement to source painted Wrangler bodies for ...

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