NHTSA investigates Chrysler and Mazda cars over stalling and doors improperly closing

May 14, 2013
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration responds to consumer complaints.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said Monday it is opening new investigations into older Chrysler vehicles that stall after refueling without warning and Mazda cars with doors that fail to properly close, according to The Detroit News in Detroit, Mich. Read about the investigations.

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