US probes Chrysler Pacifica fuel tank punctures


WASHINGTON, Feb 27 (Reuters) - U.S. regulators are investigating complaints of fuel tank punctures from road debris on Chrysler Pacificas, according to a filing on the government's auto safety database on Monday. The preliminary evaluation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is assessing the frequency and potential safety consequences of the alleged defect. Approximately 217,000 model year 2004-05 Pacificas are under review. The Pacifica is a wagon-like sport utility ...

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