DETROIT – The National Highway Traffic Safety Admin.’s defects investigation office is probing an alleged seat belt problem involving ’97 and ’98 Dodge Caravan and Plymouth Voyager minivans. NHTSA opened its investigation Jan. 16 after receiving seven complaints, DaimlerChrysler Corp. says. The auto maker learned of the cases from the agency. No fatalities or injuries have been reported in connection with the complaints, which claim retractors in the vehicles’ third-row restraint system ...

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