After seven frenzied months, which have seen Chrysler LLC reorganize its management ranks while paring its product lineup amid the usual circus that surrounds national contract talks, things are getting a little quieter. At least inside the auto maker’s small and midsize vehicles. In a bid to address noise, vibration and harshness issues associated with Chrysler’s 4-cyl. World Engines, the auto maker has performed some recalibration says Frank Klegon, executive vice president-product ...

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