The National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. is upgrading probes into possible steering problems in DaimlerChrysler Corp. cars and oversensitive air bags in General Motors Corp. cars. NHTSA is looking into complaints of rack and pinion system failure on 853,600 '94-'96 Eagle Vision, Dodge Intrepid, Chrysler New Yorker, Concorde and LHS sedans. NHTSA also is looking into claims airbags could deploy from minor front impacts or driving on rough roads involving 52,648 '98 Oldsmobile Cutlasses. • ...

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