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DETROIT — In an escalating confrontation with regulators, Chrysler said on Tuesday that it would not recall 2.7 million Jeeps that the government contends are defective and prone to fires in the event of rear-impact collisions.

It is unusual for a car company to refuse a recall request made by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which regulates the safety of vehicles.

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