Chrysler Group said today it would recall over 489,000 vehicles, including recent models of the Jeep Liberty, Dodge Durango and its all-new Dodge Avenger sedan.
Chrysler, the struggling U.S. arm of DaimlerChrysler AG, said it was recalling 328,424 Durango SUVs because of the risk of overheating linked to an integrated circuit in the instrument cluster of the vehicles.
The recall covers 2004 to 2006 model year SUVs, Chrysler said.
Chrysler, which faces a possible sale by its German parent company, also said it was recalling 10,994 of its recently released 2008 model Dodge Avenger sedans because of a problem with the door latches on the new cars.
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