The automaker said it has suspended overtime at its American plants, which get about 20% of their components from suppliers in Japan.
The Japanese carmakers have halted production for several days.
Company officials acknowledge the role of incentives in the automaker's recent bankruptcy and vow to adopt a 'disciplined approach' to doing business.
J.D. Power projects global light vehicle sales to hit a record 76.5 million in 2011.
Chrysler's 2-minute spot appears to have won the night, but there is still some debate over which commercials fared worst.
The automaker says it will bring the electric car to all 50 states this year as it fights for a share of the ecofriendly vehicle market.
The automaker should benefit from rising industry sales and improving comparisons with Ford, analysts say.
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