Posted by mike on 2000/4/12 0:00:00 (811) reads
CNNfn.com is reporting that DaimlerChrysler is recalling over 200,000 vehicles manufactured in 1999 due to "a bolt on the shoulder height turning loop to replace one that could come loose in a crash."
Here's a snippet:
More than 400,000 vehicles manufactured by Honda, General Motors and DaimlerChrysler AG are being recalled under orders of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. GM and DaimlerChrysler (DCX: Research, Estimates) vehicles were cited for minor seat belt problems, while the Honda Odyssey minivan is being recalled for a wiring problem.
DaimlerChrysler is recalling the Dodge Intrepid, Chrysler Concorde, 300M and LHS and Jeep Grand Cherokee built in August 1999. Dealers will change a bolt on the shoulder height turning loop to replace one that could come loose in a crash. The recall affects 204,000 vehicles.
DaimlerChrysler spokeswoman Sheila Gruber McLean said only a small percentage of the recalled cars have the problem, but all were recalled as a precaution. Owners will receive notices in the mail with instructions to take their vehicles for repairs, McLean said Monday.
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