Chrysler suspended production of its all-wheel-drive LX cars at its Brampton, ON plant back in June, due to a low-speed vibration in the transfer case. Magna Drivetrain, the transfer case's supplier, has done some fiddling and futzing with the box, and apparently the shaking's stopped. DCX hasn't released numbers on the affected Magnum and 300 models, but the problem was obviously serious enough to shut down the AWD line for two months, which makes us think there were quite a few unhappy customers.
Bye. Neon Production Ends Friday [Internal]