Here are highlights of last week's announcement. Chrysler's full turnaround plan will be made public Feb. 26.
19,000 hourly (12,300 in U.S.) and 6,800 salaried (6,100 in U.S.). Seventy-five percent of job cuts will occur this year.
Toluca (Mexico) Transmission Plant; Cordoba (Argentina) Assembly Plant - Jeep Grand Cherokee and Cherokee; Campo Largo (Brazil) Assembly Plant (Dakota truck) will be idled, future production possible
One shift eliminated
Belvidere (Ill.) Assembly Plant - Neon; Jefferson North (Detroit) Assembly Plant - Jeep Grand Cherokee; Toledo II (Ohio) Assembly Plant - Jeep Cherokee and Wrangler; Bramalea (Brampton, Ontario) Assembly Plant - LH sedans; Pillette Road (Windsor, Ontario) Assembly Plant - Dodge vans and wagons
Reduced line speed
Newark (Delaware) Assembly Plant - Dodge Durango; Windsor (Ontario) Assembly Plant - Minivans
Engine production will be shifted from Mound Road (Detroit) Engine Plant to Mack I and Mack II plants (Detroit); Lago Alberto (Mexico) Assembly Plant (Dodge Ram, Quad Cab and Ram Charger) will shift production to Saltillo (Mexico) Assembly Plant (Dodge Ram and Quad Cab); Toluca (Mexico) Engine Plant will close.