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Older Vehicles Recalled Again for Air Bags

Federal safety regulators announced recall plans for more than 2.12 million vehicles manufactured in the early 2000s, because a defective TRW-made component might cause air bags to deploy inadvertently.

Feds Press Chrysler to Speed Jeep Recall

NHTSA, citing consumer complaints and low repair completion rates, demands that the automaker improve its efforts to fix older-model Jeeps recalled for a fuel-tank fire risk.

Feds to Chrysler: Fix It Faster

The U.S. Department of Transportation, citing the slow pace of a Jeep safety recall originally announced last year, has ordered Chrysler Group to provide details about its recall plans by a July 16 deadline. The special order, issued by Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx, concerns the recall of 1.56 million 2002-2007 model-year Jeep Liberty and 1993-1998 MY Jeep Grand Cherokee SUVs. Here's a video report from WDIV Channel 4 News.