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Fiat Chrysler under investigation by Justice Department over diesel emissions

MotorAuthority Friday, 13 January 2017 ()
Fiat Chrysler under investigation by Justice Department over diesel emissionsAccording to a report by Bloomberg, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV is under investigation by the Department of Justice for a possible violation of the Clean Air Act. Bloomberg's report cites "people familiar with the investigation." As we learned yesterday, the EPA is accusing FCA of failing to disclose engine management software for its 3.0-liter...
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Fiat Chrysler has been accused of using undeclared software that allowed excess diesel emissions in 104,000 of its Jeep and Dodge vehicles. The US Environmental Protection Agency said the accusation was the result of a probe that followed regulators’ investigations of Volkswagen. Fiat Chrysler...

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