Over 211K Chryslers Recalled for Potential Disabling of Electronic Stability Control

June 12, 2024
A software malfunction has led to over 211,000 Chryslers being recalled by Stellantis.

Chrysler is recalling over 211,000 vehicles over a software malfunction that can potentially impact the electronic stability control system, reports Reuters.

The recall applies to certain 2022 Dodge Durango and Ram 2500 and 3500 vehicles. 

According to a statement from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) this past Saturday, the software issue can lead to the Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) control module disabling the electronic stability control system, presenting the risk of a crash.

Stellantis is instructing dealers to update the control module software in all recalled vehicles as a remedy.

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