Owners of Dodge, Plymouth and Chrysler minivans prone to fuel leaks will be able to have the problem corrected beginning Jan. 25, 16 months after the initial recall was issued on Sept. 8, 2000. DaimlerChrysler AG’s Chrysler Group reportedly will begin repairs on 1.16 million ’96-’00-model minivans, starting with ’96 models, making it the longest recall delay ever on record with the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. The recall involves minivans equipped with 3.3L and 3.8L engines. ...
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