DCX can't find Jeep fault

DETROIT - DaimlerChrysler AG said that after an extensive investigation, it has not found any mechanical or manufacturing problems to explain 506 complaints of Jeep Grand Cherokees suddenly lurching into reverse, Reuters reported.

Federal officials have received reports of 59 injuries and three deaths from the popular sport-utility suddenly shifting into reverse, a DaimlerChrysler spokesman said.

The models under question were built between 1995 and 1999.

DaimlerChrysler said it believes two of the deaths were not linked with the transmission complaints.

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