Posted by Maspion Labels: Automotive News
Chrysler was forced to conduct a recall of three core brands marketed in the United States because of problems on the steering column. The number reached 11,351 units and all production in 2011.
As for their third-drawn, namely the family of Dodge (Avengers, Nitros, Caliber, and Grand caravans), Chrysler (200, 200 Convertible, and the Town and Country minivan), Jeep (Wrangler, crossover Compass and Patriot).
According to the manufacturer, based in Detroit, withdrawals made any report from the Institute of Highway Traffic Safety Agency (NHTSA). Mentioned, in particular vehicles that are assembled with no steering column or pivot Rivet incorrectly installed. Condition is very dangerous and can cause a frontal crash.
While the Chrysler began to make a withdrawal at the end of June this