DaimlerChrysler Corp. says it has issued a technical service bulletin and will begin training dealers this week to make repairs to '99 model Jeep Grand Cherokees because of repeated complaints of louder-than-normal gear whine from the sport/utility vehicle's rear axle. DCC says a manufacturing change was made on the Dana Corp. rear axles last December to eliminate the noise problem, so only '99 models built in August-November 1998 are affected. The problem tends to surface in models ...
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