DaimlerChrysler Corp.'s new Mack 2 engine assembly plant in Detroit launched production of its new 3.7L V-6 engine Oct. 1 with a single shift, ahead of its late November target date. The 3.7L is little brother to the well-received 4.7L V-8 that powers the Grand Cherokee. The Mack Engine Plant was to accommodate both engines, but DCC decided to build a second plant, dubbed Mack 2, to produce the 3.7L. Capacity at Mack 2 is 300,000 units, believed to be slated for the Jeep Cherokee ...
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