20,000 vehicles could be reeled back in by DaimlerChrysler in order to inspect and possibly repair faulty battery cable connectors and child seat anchor devices. Max Gates, a Chrysler spokesperson and distinguished owner of a very cool name, vaguely stated that some models may have one or more defects, while others may have none. The automaker is still in the process of determining which vehicles have been affected, but the names being tossed around are the Chrysler 300 and Sebring, Dodge Magnum and Jeep Liberty. Customers will be informed by next week.
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