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Video: Group Pushes for Probe of Power Module in Chrysler Vehicles

August 28, 2014

VIDEO: Group Urges NHTSA to Probe Power Module in Chrysler Vehicles

The Center for Auto Safety has filed a petition urging the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to investigate consumer complaints tied to an electrical power control module used in millions of Chrysler vehicles since 2007.

The safety advocacy group, founded by Ralph Nader, alleges that the power control module is defective and can lead to the malfunction or failure of key vehicle systems.

Click on the photo or link above to view a CBS News report on the group's allegations and Chrysler's response.


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