DETROIT – DaimlerChrysler Corp. blames lack of replacement parts as one of the reasons it has yet to fulfill a promise to recall 1.6 million ’96-’00-model Chrysler, Dodge and Plymouth minivans announced Sept. 8 of last year, says The Detroit News. The recall involves potential leaks in the fuel seals that could lead to engine fires. When the recall was first announced, 19 fires had occurred and three people died as a result of the problem. Since the Sept. 8 recall, there have been six ...

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