AUBURN HILLS, Mich. (AP) _ Chrysler Corp. is recalling several makes of minivans and automobiles because of potential seat belt and steering problems.

Seat belt buckle covers on the front and rear seats of 1991-1993 minivans may dislodge and cause the seat belts to be only partially latched, the company said Monday.

Included in the minivan recall are the Dodge Caravan and Grand Caravan and Plymouth Voyager and Grand Voyager models. Chrysler said it will contact 1.1 million owners in the U.S. as well as about 214,000 owners in Canada and abroad.

Chrysler spokeswoman Michele Tinson said no injuries were reported from the seat belts. However, government records show more than 175 owners complained about the belts getting stuck or failing to latch. More than 100 reports that were verified by investigators from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

``The person who is buckling the belt will hear a click and the belt will resist a modest tug (from an owner checking to make sure it is buckled) but the buckle can fail in a crash,'' said NHTSA spokesman Tim Hurd.

Also facing a recall are 1995 Dodge and Plymouth Neon models. Tests on those models revealed that severe damage to the Neon's undercarriage could separate the steering column and cause a loss of steering.

Ms. Tinson said seven injuries have been blamed on the steering wheels in 14 reported accidents.

The Neon recall affects about 375,000 U.S. owners and 100,000 owners in Canada and abroad. Vehicles will be serviced at no charge, Ms. Tinson said.