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2007 Dodge and Chrysler minivans investigated by the NHTSA


The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has announced it opened a probe into around 160,000 Dodge Caravan MPVs because of reports that the engines could stall. The US safety regulator has opened the initial investigation – which is the first step in the process that could lead to a recall – with its Office of Defects Investigation currently weighing "the scope, ...
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