AutoComplete: Chrysler is recalling 200,000 Pacificas over wiring
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Chrysler is issuing a recall for around 200,000 Pacifica minivans built between October of 2016 and November of 2018 over concerns that a wiring fault could cause things like power steering to quit working Intermittently, the problem stems from an improper sealant being used on certain battery ground connections.
The owners of affected vehicles should expect to notice sometime late next month.
You know your lineup of cars is confusing when your dealers are actively complaining about it during meetings and such as the case with Mercedes Benz.
In an effort to placate those dealers and to make choice a little simpler for customers here in the US.
Benz is contemplating trimming its lineup.
It wouldn't give us any specifics on which models might get the axe but we bet on things like the S Class Coupe and convertible models and the SLC Roadster.
One of the biggest problems with older vehicle architectures isn't the design of the vehicles, sheet metal or engine.
It's the age of its wiring platform.
The electronic backbone of a vehicle determines how far a manufacturer can upgrade it with modern tech.
In the spirit of staying relevant.
GM is installing a new electronic architecture that can transfer vast amounts of data at high speed which will allow the vehicles into which its installed.
To use the latest safety and infotainment technology.
The new platform is scheduled to make its debut on Cadillac's forthcoming CT-5 sedan.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com.
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