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Federal-Mogul recall affects 1995-2006 Chryslers

Federal-Mogul Corp. is recalling 22,689 replacement control arm assemblies in certain older model Chrysler vehicles after it found a fault that could cause vehicles to crash.

The Michigan-based auto parts supplier said a part of the assembly, a ball stud, could wear through the assembly housing, causing the driver to lose steering control, according to a  notice filed with the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Get the full story »

Chrysler introduces new 200, Avenger sedans

Chrysler is kicking off production of the Chrysler 200 and Dodge Avenger sedans, two revamped cars that are critical to the automaker’s future. Get the full story »

Sebring out as Chrysler shows dealers new car

The grille of the 2011 Chrysler 200, the replacement for the Sebring.

In his largest dealer meeting since taking the reins at Chrysler, Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne on Tuesday showed off 15 new or revamped cars and trucks, including a replacement for the poor-selling midsize Sebring.

The company unveiled the models, including updates of the Chrysler Town & Country and Jeep Patriot, at a closed-door meeting with 2,400 dealers who gathered in Orlando, Fla.

Marchionne, who is also the head of Fiat, prefers to keep new cars under wraps until close to launch. But Chrysler dealers have struggled as they waited new vehicles under its new management.
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Chrysler to add jobs, extend life of sedan plant

Chrysler Group LLC said Friday that it will add nearly 900 jobs at a factory in suburban Detroit and spare it from closure. The decision is a show of optimism that consumers will embrace the company’s refurbished midsize sedans.

The jobs will staff a second shift at Chrysler’s assembly plant in Sterling Heights, Mich., just north of Detroit, which makes the slow-selling Dodge Avenger and Chrysler Sebring midsize sedans. Get the full story »