Chrysler Group is calling back nearly 438,000 ’02 and ’03 Jeep Liberty SUVs due to numerous complaints about the vehicle’s front suspension. Some 47 complaints have been lodged against Chrysler by owners who said they’ve crashed after losing control of the vehicle or have lost wheels. Chrysler says the problem stems from damage to the Liberty’s lower ball joint seal. To remedy the problem, Chrysler will install heat shields on all vehicles, plus replace ball joints on 318,000 of the ...

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