AutoComplete: FCA recalls 154,000 vehicles over dodgy rear brake pistons
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The out Chrysler car is issued a recall for $154,000 dodging jeep vehicles because of faulty coding on their rear brake caliper pistons may cause reduce braking performance.
This recall effects 2018, 2019 dodge caravans.
2018 dodge journeys As well as 2018 and 19 Jeep Compasses and Jeep Cherokees.
Fiat Chrysler expects its recall, which includes replacing the brake fluid and bleeding the system, to commence next month.
Volkswagen is getting ready to invest upwards of $4 billion in the digital aspects of its business in the coming years.
This includes making an all new in-car operating system called vwos that will allow the company to issue over the air updates to Vehicles.
It's also building a new car sharing service called we share which launches in Berlin next year with over 2,000 vehicles and is meant to compete with BMW and.
Nissan's plant in Smyrna, Tennessee is old.
It's been building Nissan since the early 1980's and they recon it's time for a refresh had a production commencing on the 2019 Ultima.
How much is it investing in this refresh?
Only 170 million bones, clams or whatever you call them.
We can only assume that this means the new Ultima will be extra great, fingers crossed.
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