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FCA Recalls 410,000 Vehicles

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July 26, 2016—Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) said on Friday that it has recalled 410,000 vehicles for an issue that could cause a loss of propulsion, according to Reuters.

The affected vehicles include 2015 model year Chrysler 200s, Ram ProMaster City vans, Jeep Renegades and Cherokees and a few 2014 Cherokees. A software update and a replaced wire harness will fix the issue. Of the 410,000 affected vehicles, about 323,000 are in the U.S. 

No injuries have been reported in relation to the issue. FCA said if the issue should occur, it can be temporarily resolved by stopping the vehicle and restarting the engine. 

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