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FCA US accused of wrongdoings in Jeep fuel tank lawsuit


Fiat Chrysler US, back then called Chrysler Group LLC, decided to relocate the fuel tank of its 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee from the perilous “crush zone” immediately after the rear bumper to a safer location closer to the middle of the model. According to the lawyer that is suing the company on behalf of a family that lost a 4-year-old son, ...
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