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by David Zatz on

Some 2019 Dodge Chargers are being recalled because they forgot to put airbag warnings onto the sun visors, which means they don’t comply with federal rules.  In a somewhat more important recall, a few hundred 2019 Jeep Cherokees are being recalled because of  loose passenger-seat mounting bolts; that recall (FCA #V31, NHTSA #19V248000) is already in progress.

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TransitWorks and Prime-Time Specialty Vehicles are also recalling their ProMaster and Transit conversions, with aftermarket Freedman GO-ES seats; the seat cushion may move in a sudden stop.

In possibly happier news, FCA finished its sale of parts-maker Magneti Marelli to Japanese supplier Calsonic Kansei, a deal which netted FCA some €5.8 billion in cash (around $6.5 billion). FCA is giving holders of FCA common stock a special cash distribution of €1.30 per share, which will use around €2 billion of the gain.


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