The Chrysler Group is rejecting a request to recall nearly three million jeep vehicles the government claims are defective and prone to fires in rear-end collisions.
– CNN's Athena Jones reports
No surprise from Chrysler. Take a look at all the complaints on their vehicles and they still stand behind their "quality". I have a 04 Durango with a broken rod due to water getting inside the engine from driving in the rain, stalling out on the highway at a high speed. 3 of the 8 cylinders had water in them. Chrysler and Dodge need to be held responsible for these safety issues. I encourage everyone to file a complain at carcomplaints.com as well as http://www.nhtsa.gov/
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