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Chrysler Town and Country

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A luxury minivan produced by Chrysler introduced in 1989, based on the Dodge Grand Caravan.

A similar name, Town & Country, was applied to wood-paneled Chrysler Le Barons.

Awards and Acknowledgements include:
The 1984 Town & Country (sharing the honor along with the Dodge Caravan and Plymouth Voyager) was #4 on USA Today's "25 cars that made a difference" list (Cars, trucks with impact, 2007)

History

The following section is an excerpt from Wikipedia's Chrysler Town and Country page on 9 August 2016, text available via the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

The Chrysler Town & Country is a luxury passenger minivan manufactured and marketed by Chrysler, a division of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles. It was introduced in 1989 (as a 1990 model) and is now in its fifth generation.

Chrysler group minivans (which include the Dodge Caravan and Plymouth Voyager) have ranked as the 13th bestselling automotive nameplates worldwide, with over 12 million sold.

The Town & Country will be discontinued for the 2017 model year in favor of the Chrysler Pacifica. As of July 2016, the Chrysler Town & Country has been removed from Chrysler's website in the United States.

Generation I (1990)

Originally planned to be introduced as a 1989 model, the Chrysler Town & Country minivan was ultimately introduced as a 1990 model in the spring of 1989. The model was introduced before the 1990 model year Caravans and Voyagers entered production; the Dodge and Plymouth counterparts produced alongside the Town & Country until June 1989 were still 1989 models. Sharing the body of the long-wheelbase (LWB) Grand Voyager/Grand Caravan's Chrysler S platform, the Town & Country was externally distinguished by its chrome waterfall grille, crystal pentastar hood ornament, standard woodgrain applique, grooved lower body cladding (a version of that found on the Caravan ES, slightly extended to compensate for the longer wheelbase), and 15" lace-spoke aluminum wheels. Additionally, Town & Country was only available in two exterior colors, initially in Bright White Clearcoat only; the Black Clearcoat color was added in June 1989.

As the Chrysler Corporation's most luxurious minivan, the Town & Country came standard with nearly every feature available on Plymouth and Dodge minivans in addition to some exclusive amenities of its own. This included unique gathered leather seating surfaces and door trim panels, front and rear air conditioning, power windows, power locks, an Infinity sound system, seven-passenger seating, luggage rack, and an electronically controlled four-speed automatic transmission. Models produced before June 1989 came with 3.0 L Mitsubishi 6G72 V6 engines while models produced from June onward received an upgrade to Chrysler's own 3.3 L EGA V6. As all models equipped with the 3.0 L engine were produced during the time period in which the Caravan and Voyager model year was 1989, the United States Environmental Protection Agency lists it as a 1989 model rather than a 1990, despite the VIN indicating otherwise.

Ironically, the first-generation Town & Country minivan was released for the final model year of production of the first-generation Chrysler minivans. The Town & Country, Voyager/Grand Voyager, and Caravan/Grand Caravan would all be redesigned for the 1991 model year. Total production was 1,789 units in 1989 and 3,615 in 1990, making this model of the Town & Country as the most obscure of all the Chrysler minivans. The reason for 1990 being the only model year for this bodystyle was because it was an attempt to repurpose an abundance of pre-manufactured bodies previously slated for the Dodge Caravan and Plymouth Voyager.

Generation II (1991–1995)

Introduced in November 1990, the 1991 through 1995 Town & Country used the Chrysler AS platform. This was the last Town & Country that was derived from the Chrysler K platform. As with the previous generation, the Generation II Town & Country came fully equipped, with no actual trim levels but only additional options — and continuing exclusively in the long-wheelbase (LWB) format.

This generation Town & Country shared the Plymouth Voyager's headlight and taillight clusters; the Dodge Caravan had its own. The Town & Country was set apart on the exterior by its chrome (later body colored) waterfall grille, crystal pentastar hood ornament, body colored side mirrors, body side cladding, and unique alloy wheels. The interior of the Town & Country included standard leather seating surfaces, woodgrain dashboard and door trim, as well as a digital instrument cluster.

Generation III (1996–2000)

The 1996 redesign used the Chrysler NS platform and included several industry firsts, including a driver's-side sliding door and a seating management system marketed as Easy Out Roller Seats.

With Generation III, the Town & Country was able to cover a wider customer base through new designated trim levels. The premium LXi (and later Limited) included amenities such as pre-programmed driver's seat and mirror, standard leather interior, 8-way power adjustable front seats, Infinity sound system with cassette/CD player, and dual driver/passenger climate control to name a few. The entry-level LX model featured fewer amenities in a long-wheelbase (LWB) form. The SX model featured similar content in a short-wheelbase (SWB) form. Both LX and SX models were intended to fill the gap left by the discontinuation of the upscale LE model of the Plymouth Voyager/Grand Voyager which had been discontinued in the US market. Generation III Town & Countries were the first to feature the historic Chrysler blue ribbon emblem (later incorporated into the winged emblem), which dates from the 1930s.

Engines included a 3.3 L gasoline-powered engine (8th VIN digit R), a 3.3 L flexible-fuel 3.3 L engine (8th VIN digit G), and a 3.8 L engine (8th VIN digit L). In Canada, Town & Country models came standard with the 3.8 L V6 and were offered only in long-wheelbase (LWB) versions.

In 1999, Chrysler presented a concept minivan, the Pacifica using the Town & Country's body shell and bearing resemblance to the Town & Country and the LHS.

Generation III examples of the Town & Country with only the passenger side sliding door (vs. both rear sliding doors) were only offered for 1996.

Car and Driver included the Town & Country on their Ten Best list for 1996 and 1997.

Generation IV (2001–2007)

The Town & Country was redesigned for the 2001 model year, using the Chrysler RS platform and initially only available in long-wheelbase (LWB) form. Chrysler's short-wheelbase minivan was instead sold under the Voyager nameplate, which had been transferred to the Chrysler brand in mid-2000 from the Plymouth brand. After 2003, however, the Voyager nameplate was dropped altogether, and short-wheelbase(SWB)models once again joined the Town & Country lineup.

Trim levels for 2001 were carried over from the previous generation. This meant entry-level LX, mid-level LXi, and the range-topping Limited. By 2002, the value-packed eL and eX models had both been added. These models were both value-priced versions of the LX and LXi, respectively, with popular option packages. 2004 saw the addition of an unnamed base short-wheelbase model. LX, LXi, and Limited were the Canadian trim levels, but only the LXi and Limited were sold to consumers, LX restricted to fleet sales.

The 2005 Town & Country received a mid-cycle refresh including revised exterior styling and a mildly restyled interior. Most notable, was the introduction of Stow'n Go, a system of second and third row seating that folded completely into under-floor compartments. The addition of Stow'n Go resulted in redesigned 2nd and 3rd row seats, as well as the elimination of all-wheel drive. For the remainder of this generation, the Town & Country was available in the short-wheelbase base model, and long-wheelbase LX, Touring, and Limited models. As with the pre-refresh model, only the Touring and Limited were sold to consumers in Canada, the LX being restricted to fleets. A driver's side knee airbag was now standard on all models. The front seat-mounted side airbags of previous years were discontinued in favor of side-curtain airbags for all three rows. These were standard on Limited trim and optional on all other models, however could not be ordered with the moonroof option. Uconnect Bluetooth phone pairing was now available, as well as an overhead rail storage system with three moveable or removable compartments.

Generation V (2008–2016)

Chrysler debuted the 2008 model year Town & Country on August 16, 2007 at the 2007 Detroit Auto Show — eliminating the short-wheelbase model. The minivans featured styling by Ralph Gilles, a six-speed automatic, a new 4.0 L V6 engine as standard on the Limited model — and a system of second row seats that swiveled to face the third row — marketed as Swivel'n Go seating. A small table, which stored in the bins below the floor, could be positioned between the two rear rows when they were facing each other. Much like its competitors, the Toyota Sienna and Honda Odyssey, the Town & Country now featured power windows on the sliding doors and moved the gear shift from the steering column to the center console, in a higher position. Another new feature of this generation was an available rear overhead console which featured LED map lights as well as halo ambient lighting. A new DVD system was also available, which featured dual screens for the rear passengers. SIRIUS Backseat TV was also offered, which featured three channels of children's programming.

A version of this vehicle is sold in several export markets (Australia/South Africa/ Middle East/China/Singapore/Russia) as the Chrysler Grand Voyager . In Europe it is known as the Lancia Grand Voyager from the 2011 model year and up. Before 2011 it was sold as a Chrysler. Since 1991, the model has been sold in the Philippines under the Town and Country nameplate. In the European and Filipino markets, it is equipped with a 2.8L turbodiesel engine and 6-speed transmission as standard.

Production at the St. Louis plant ended in late 2008 in a bid to save money, but continues at Windsor Assembly in Ontario, Canada.


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TypeTitle
2002 BookDodge Caravan, Plymouth Voyager & Chrysler Town & Country 1996 thru 2002 Haynes Repair Manual by L. Alan LeDoux and John H. Haynes; Haynes


Photographs

Town and Country Christmas - 1946 Chrysler Town and Country Town and Country Christmas
Artist: Ken Eberts
Car: 1946 Chrysler Town and Country
Image courtesy CarArt.us
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2001 AACA Eastern Division National Fall Meet (Hershey) Poster - 1946 Chrysler Town and Country 2001 AACA Fall National Meet at Hershey
Artist: Ken Eberts
Car: 1946 Chrysler Town and Country (left)
Image courtesy CarArt.us
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1993 Palo Alto Concours d'Elegance at Stanford Poster - 1948 Chrysler Town and Country 1993 Palo Alto Concours d'Elegance
Artist: Ken Eberts
Car: 1948 Chrysler Town and Country
Event: Palo Alto Concours d'Elegance
Image courtesy CarArt.us
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1949 Chrysler Town and Country 1949
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1949 Chrysler Town and Country 1949
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1949 Chrysler Town and Country 1949
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1949 Chrysler Town and Country 1949
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1949 Chrysler Town and Country 1949
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1986 Chrysler Town & Country 1986
Photo ©2011 Bill Crittenden
2011 Mopars at the Park
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1986 Chrysler Town & Country 1986
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1986 Chrysler Town & Country 1986
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1986 Chrysler Town & Country 1986
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Chrysler Town and Country Minivan Photo by IFCAR
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Chrysler Town and Country Minivan Utility Vehicle at O'Hare Airport (Logo unreadable)
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Gold Star Taxi & Limo Chrysler Town and Country Minivan Gold Star Taxi & Limo
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Pranked Chrysler Town and Country Minivan Photo ©2011 Bill Crittenden
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24 Seven Taxi Association Chrysler Town and Country Minivan 24 Seven Taxi Association
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Chrysler Town and Country Minivan Photo ©2009 Bill Crittenden
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HunterDouglas Chrysler Town and Country Minivan HunterDouglas
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Kiddie Academy of Crystal Lake Chrysler Town and Country Minivan Kiddie Academy of Crystal Lake
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Documents

DateDocument Name & DetailsDocuments
classified date 1994On-Site Air Bag Investigation
1995 Chrysler Town and Country, 5-door minivan
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 13.0MB - 188 pages
classified date 1996In-Depth Accident Investigation
1996 Chrysler Town & Country
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 8.2MB - 105 pages
September 1998Remote, Redesigned Air Bag Special Study
1998 Chrysler Town And Country
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 551KB - 10 pages
August 1999Remote Crash Investigation of an Adaptive Control Vehicle
Vehicle - 1996 Chrysler Town and Country/IMS Conversion
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 248KB - 10 pages
December 2000On-Site Advanced Occupant Protection System Investigation
Vehicle: 2001 Chrysler Town & Country Minivan
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 272KB - 11 pages
classified date 2001Special Crash Investigation Report
Case Vehicle: 1998 Chrysler Town & Country LXi, 4-door minivan
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 4.7MB - 103 pages
November 2001Remote Investigation / Vehicle to Vehicle
2001 Chrysler Town and Country Minivan
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 474KB - 16 pages
November 2004Calspan On-Site Child Safety Seat Crash Investigation
Century Convertible Child Safety Seat
Vehicle: 2004 Chrysler Town & Country
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 241KB - 17 pages
December 2006Remote Not In Transport Surveillance Back Over Investigation
1997 Chrysler Town and Country Van
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 2,187KB - 27 pages
March 2007On-Site Not-in-Traffic Surveillance Back Over Investigation
Vehicle - 2001 Chrysler Town & Country
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 1,583KB - 20 pages
8 April 2008Federal-Mogul Corporation: Part 573.6 Notitication
From: Glen Parker, Federal Mogul Corporation
To: Recall Management Division, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
NHTSA Recall 08E033000

PDF
- 323KB - 3 pages
8 April 2008NHTSA Recall 08E033000
Carquest K7147, Carquest K7329, MasterPro K8683, Moog K7147, Moog K7329, One Source K8683, Parts Depot K8683, Parts Master K8683, Treadsaver K8683, TRW 104353, 1984 Chrysler E Class, 1984-1986 Chrysler Laser, 1984-1990 Chrysler LeBaron, 1984-1988 Chrysler New Yorker, 2001-2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser, 1989-1990 Chrysler TC, 1990 Chrysler Town and Country, 1984-1988 Dodge 600, 1984-1989 Dodge Aries, 1984-1990 Dodge Caravan, 1984-1987 Dodge Charger, 1984-1990 Dodge Daytona, 1988-1990 Dodge Grand Caravan, 1985-1989 Dodge Lancer, 1984-1988 Dodge Mini Ram Van, 2000-2005 Dodge Neon, 1984-1990 Dodge Omni, 1984 Dodge Rampage, 1987-1990 Dodge Shadow, 1989-1990 Dodge Spirit, 1995-2000 Ford Contour, 1999-2002 Mercury Cougar, 1995-2000 Mercury Mystique, 1989-1990 Plymouth Acclaim, 1985-1988 Plymouth Caravelle, 1988-1990 Plymouth Grand Voyager, 1984-1990 Plymouth Horizon, 2000-2001 Plymouth Neon, 1984-1989 Plymouth Reliant, 1987-1990 Plymouth Sundance, 1985 Plymouth Turismo, 1984-1990 Plymouth Voyager
SuspensionNational Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Recall Page - 1 page
24 April 2008Ball Joint Recall Attachment A
Ball Joint Affected Date Codes and Applications
Federal Mogul
NHTSA Recall 08E033000

PDF
- 57KB - 1 page
2 May 2008Campaign #08E-033
From: Joe Stephan, Federal-Mogul Corporation
To: Distributors
NHTSA Recall 08E033000

PDF
- 70KB - 2 pages
5 May 2008Aftermarket Ball Joint Assemblies
From: George H. Person, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
To: Glen Parker, Federal Mogul Corporation
NHTSA Recall 08E033000

PDF
- 121KB - 3 pages
21 July 2008Equipment Safety Recall Quarterly Report Information
Federal Mogul Corporation
NHTSA Recall 08E033000

PDF
- 51KB - 1 page
October 2008Equipment Safety Recall Quarterly Report Information
Federal Mogul Corporation
NHTSA Recall 08E033000

PDF
- 14KB - 1 page
January 2009Equipment Safety Recall Quarterly Report Information
Federal Mogul Corporation
NHTSA Recall 08E033000

PDF
- 28KB - 1 page
4 February 2009From: George H. Person, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
To: Glen Parker, Federal Mogul Corporation
NHTSA Recall 08E033000

PDF
- 43KB - 1 page
April 2009Equipment Safety Recall Quarterly Report Information
Federal Mogul Corporation
NHTSA Recall 08E033000

PDF
- 25KB - 1 page
July 2009Equipment Safety Recall Quarterly Report Information
Federal Mogul Corporation
NHTSA Recall 08E033000

PDF
- 36KB - 1 page
July 2009On-Site Not in Traffic Surveillance Back Over Investigation
Vehicle - 2000 Chrysler Town & Country Limited
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 3,774KB - 26 pages
October 2009Equipment Safety Recall Quarterly Report Information
Federal Mogul Corporation
NHTSA Recall 08E033000

PDF
- 43KB - 1 page
April 2010Calspan On-Site Child Restraint System Crash Investigation
Vehicle: 2001 Chrysler Town & Country Minivan
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 1,132KB - 19 pages
23 November 2010Safety Compliance Testing for FMVSS 126: Electronic Stability Control Systems
2010 Chrysler Town and Country
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

PDF
- 6.8MB - 65 pages
2011SAFETY RECALL L33: ENGINE BLOCK DEBRIS
Chrysler Group, LLC
NHTSA Recall 11V487000

PDF
- 24KB - 1 page
7 June 2011NHTSA Recall 11V315000
2011 Chrysler 200, 2011 Chrysler Town & Country, 2011 Dodge Avenger, 2011 Dodge Caliber, 2011 Dodge Grand Caravan, 2011 Dodge Journey, 2011 Dodge Nitro, 2011 Jeep Compass, 2011 Jeep Liberty, 2011 Jeep Patriot, 2011 Jeep Wrangler
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Recall Page - 1 page
7 June 2011Updated Defect Information Report for Chrysler Group LLC
From: David D. Dillon, Chrysler Group, LLC
To: Claude Harris, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
NHTSA Recall 11V315000

PDF
- 340KB - 4 pages
14 June 2011Steering Column
From: Jennifer Timian, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
To: David Dillon, Chrysler Group, LLC
NHTSA Recall 11V315000

PDF
- 26KB - 3 pages
28 June 2011NHTSA Identification Number 11V-315
From: David D. Dillon, Chrysler Group, LLC
To: Claude Harris, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
NHTSA Recall 11V315000

PDF
- 26KB - 1 page
28 June 2011Safety Recall L23: Steering Column Pivot Rivets
From: David D. Dillon, Chrysler Group, LLC
To: Claude Harris, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
NHTSA Recall 11V315000

PDF
- 234KB - 2 pages
July 2011Safety Recall L23: Steering Column Pivot Rivets
Chrysler Group, LLC
NHTSA Recall 11V315000

PDF
- 3.7MB - 11 pages
26 September 2011NHTSA Recall 11V487000
2012 Chrysler 200, 2012 Chrysler Town & Country, 2012 Dodge Charger, 2012 Dodge Durango, 2012 Dodge Grand Caravan, 2012 Dodge Journey, 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Recall Page - 1 page
26 September 2011From: David Dillon, Chrysler
To: Claude Harris, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
NHTSA Recall 11V487000

PDF
- 107KB - 4 pages
29 September 2011Rod Bearing Failure
From: Ric Willard, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
To: David Dillon, Chrysler Group, LLC
NHTSA Recall 11V487000

PDF
- 27KB - 3 pages
7 October 2011RECALL QUARTERLY REPORT -- QUARTER ENDING 9/30/11
From: David R. Bernier, Chrysler Group, LLC
To: Claude Harris, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
NHTSA Recall 11V315000

PDF
- 56KB - 3 pages
November 2011Safety Recall L33 - Engine Block Debris
Chrysler Group, LLC
NHTSA Recall 11V487000

PDF
- 4.5MB - 41 pages
17 November 2011NHTSA Identification Number 11 V-487
From: David Dillon, Chrysler
To: Claude Harris, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
NHTSA Recall 11V487000

PDF
- 18KB - 1 page
6 January 2012RECALL QUARTERLY REPORT -- QUARTER ENDING 12/31/11
From: David R. Bernier, Chrysler
To: Nancy Lummen Lewis, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
NHTSA Recall 11V487000

PDF
- 85KB - 2 pages
6 January 2012RECALL QUARTERLY REPORT -- QUARTER ENDING 12/31/11
From: David R. Bernier, Chrysler Group, LLC
To: Nancy Lummen Lewis, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
NHTSA Recall 11V315000

PDF
- 85KB - 2 pages
2 April 2012RECALL QUARTERLY REPORT -- QUARTER ENDING 3/31/12
From: David D. Dillon, Chrysler Group, LLC
To: Nancy Lummen Lewis, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
NHTSA Recall 11V315000

PDF
- 38KB - 2 pages
4 April 2012RECALL QUARTERLY REPORT -- QUARTER ENDING 3/31/12
From: David Dillon, Chrysler
To: Nancy Lummen Lewis, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
NHTSA Recall 11V487000

PDF
- 38KB - 2 pages
6 July 2012RECALL QUARTERLY REPORT -- QUARTER ENDING 6/30/12
From: David R. Bernier, Chrysler
To: Nancy Lummen Lewis, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
NHTSA Recall 11V487000

PDF
- 105KB - 2 pages
6 July 2012RECALL QUARTERLY REPORT -- QUARTER ENDING 6/30/12
From: David D. Dillon, Chrysler Group, LLC
To: Nancy Lummen Lewis, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
NHTSA Recall 11V315000

PDF
- 104KB - 2 pages
5 October 2012RECALL QUARTERLY REPORT -- QUARTER ENDING 9/30/12
From: David R. Bernier, Chrysler
To: Nancy Lummen Lewis, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
NHTSA Recall 11V487000

PDF
- 39KB - 2 pages
5 October 2012RECALL QUARTERLY REPORT -- QUARTER ENDING 9/30/12
From: David R. Bernier, Chrysler Group, LLC
To: Nancy Lummen Lewis, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
NHTSA Recall 11V315000

PDF
- 39KB - 2 pages
7 January 2013RECALL QUARTERLY REPORT -- QUARTER ENDING 12/31/12
From: David R. Bernier, Chrysler
To: Nancy Lummen Lewis, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
NHTSA Recall 11V487000

PDF
- 1.1MB - 2 pages
7 January 2013RECALL QUARTERLY REPORT -- QUARTER ENDING 12/31/12
From: David R. Bernier, Chrysler Group, LLC
To: Nancy Lummen Lewis, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
NHTSA Recall 11V315000

PDF
- 1.1MB - 2 pages
18 April 2013RECALL QUARTERLY REPORT -- QUARTER ENDING 3/31/13
From: Kristin J. Kolodge, Chrysler
To: Nancy Lummen Lewis, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
NHTSA Recall 11V487000

PDF
- 44KB - 2 pages


Article Index

DateArticleAuthor/Source
10 February 1997NHTSA CONTINUES TO MONITOR CHRYSLER HATCH LATCH REPLACEMENT RATES IN OLDER VEHICLESNHTSA
15 November 2007Chrysler Receives Award For Town CountryAnthony Fontanelle
January 2011EPA and Chrysler to Jointly Design and Evaluate a Hydraulic Hybrid MinivanU.S. EPA
26 June 2013Chrysler Group, LLC, Grant of Petition for Decision of Inconsequential NoncomplianceFederal Register: NHTSA (Claude H. Harris)
20 March 2015NHTSA Safety Complaint 10695558: 2009 Chrysler Town & Countryanonymous
8 April 2015Denial of Motor Vehicle Defect Petition, DP14-002Frank S. Borris II


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