Chrysler recalls 4,278 Vipers
- USA: Sunday, February 17 - 2013 at 04:58
US carmaker Chrysler is recalling 4,278 Dodge Viper sports cars globally to fix a part that could cause the airbags to inadvertently deploy, expanding a recall from last fall, Reuters has reported. Chrysler said it was recalling 3,660 of the Vipers in the US from model years 2003 and 2004 to address a potential for the front airbags or seat belt pre-tensioners to mistakenly deploy. Also affected are 440 cars in Canada, 10 in Mexico and 168 in the rest of the world, it said. Last November, the firm recalled about 923,000 Jeep Grand Cherokee and Liberty SUVs from model years 2002 through 2004 for the same issue.
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