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CHRYSLER REPORTS U.S. AND CANADIAN ASSEMBLY PLANT SCHEDULE FOR WEEK ENDING SEPT. 3

 HIGHLAND PARK, Mich., Aug. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Chrysler Corporation (NYSE: C) reports seven of its eight U.S. assembly plants and all three of its Canadian assembly plants will operate next week.
 St. Louis (Fenton, Mo.) Assembly Plant II will opeate two eight- hour shifts on Saturday, Aug. 28, and three seven-hour shifts each day next week.
 Jefferson North (Detroit) Assembly Plant will operate two eight-hour shifts on Saturday, Aug. 28, and two 10-hour shifts each day next week.
 Newark (Del.) and Sterling Heights (Mich.) assembly plants will operate two nine-hour shifts each day next week. Newark and Sterling Heights will also operate two eight-hour shifts on Saturday, Aug. 28.
 Dodge City (Warren, Mich.) Assembly Plant will operate two eight- hour shifts each day next week.
 Toledo (Ohio) Assembly Plant will operate two eight-hour shifts each day next week.
 New Mack Avenue Viper (Detroit) Assembly Plant will operate one eight-hour shift each day next week.
 In Ontario, Bramalea, Pillette and Windsor assembly plants will operate two eight-hour shifts for four days next week. Windsor and Bramalea will operate two eight-hour shifts on Saturday, Aug. 28. Bramalea, Pillette and Windsor will not operate on Friday, Sept. 3, and Monday, Sept. 6, because of the Labor Day holiday.
 As previously announced, Belvidere (Ill.) Assembly Plant will not operate next week because of model changeover. The plant will resume production the week of Nov. 29.
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 /CONTACT: Alan Miller of Chrysler, 313-576-8093/
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