YONKERS, NY – Rebuffed by Chrysler in his request that the auto maker recall 2.7 million older Jeep vehicles with allegedly faulty fuel lines, the head of National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. refuses to advise owners whether their cars are safe to drive. “The owners have to make their own risk assessment,” NHTSA Administrator David Strickland tells reporters after his appearance at a Consumer Reports fuel-economy forum here. The deadline for Chrysler's formal ...
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