The Chrysler Group confirms plans to bring production of axles for its next-generation Jeep Grand Cherokee SUV in-house. Dana reportedly will no longer produce axles for the Jeep Grand Cherokee The axles will be made at Chrysler’s Detroit Axle factory when the new SUV debuts in ’05 or ’06, a Chrysler Group spokesman tells Ward’s. The move will have a significant impact on Dana Corp., which produces axles for the current Grand Cherokee. Dana has been realigning its axle business ...

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