AUTOMOBILES

From Times Staff and Wire Reports

Chrysler Recalling 19,000 Vehicles: The auto maker is recalling about 19,000 1992-model cars and minivans built in late October last year to replace a potentially defective steering assembly bolt. Company spokesman James Kenyon said no accidents or injuries have been attributed to the problem. The company said if the bolt breaks, steering control could be lost. Affected vehicles include Plymouth Sundance and Acclaim; Dodge Daytona, Shadow, Dynasty and Spirit; Chrysler LeBaron, Imperial and New Yorker, and some minivans. Owners will be notified by mail and repairs will be performed for free.

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