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NHTSA to meet with Chrysler critics – 6/21/13
Chrysler CEO, LaHood held secret meeting to avert Jeep fight6/20/13
NHTSA Statement on Chrysler Announcement Regarding Action on 1993-2004 Jeep Grand Cherokees and 2002-2007 Jeep Libertys – 6/20/13
Chrysler agrees to recall 1.6M vehicles to address fire risks – 6/18/13
Chrysler recall avoids showdown with government over Jeep models for fire risk – 6/18/13
Chrysler Gambling on Jeep Recall Refusal – 6/8/13
Chrysler sales head defends decision to defy recall – 6/5/13
Chrysler says no to feds’ request for huge Jeep Grand Cherokee, Liberty recall – 6/4/13

Post-Recall News
Detroit’s Chief Instigator (Sergio Marchionne Article from NY Times) – 5/22/15
Feds close inquiry into Jeep SUV fires, Chrysler agrees to a controversial “fix – 1/18/14
Jeep recall from last June still not begun – 1/10/14
Road debris may have caused deadly I-91 crash – 11/10/13
13 Investigates: Recall Under Fire- 11/1/13
US Safety Agency May Reopen Jeep Fire Investigation – 4/9/15
NHTSA Investigation

Post-Recall Actions
U.S. DOT announces Fiat Chrysler enforcement action – 7/26/15
Consumer Advisory: NHTSA Urges Owners of Model Year 2002-2007 Jeep Liberty and 1993-1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee Vehicles to Get Recalled Cars Fixed – 11/20/14
Crash Tests
Chrysler/Jeep Documents
Related Documents
Attorney Letter to NHTSA Administrator Rosekind re: Jeep Grand Cherokee Crash – 2/24/16