When Daimler agreed in May to pay $600 million into Chrysler’s pension plan over the next three years and shed its remaining 19.9 percent stake in the company, the German auto giant was hoping to put the last of its obligations stemming from its disastrous $36 billion merger with Chrysler in the rearview mirror.

Not so fast.

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