This Auburn Hills-based company announced a recall that affected many Michiganders on the roads.

Before you take a road trip this summer, do you own a Dodge or a Ram vehicle?

Find out what is going on with this recall.

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Chrysler and Dodge Recall Affects Michigan Drivers

Chrysler announced that the company is recalling more than 211,000 SUVs and pickup trucks across the United States.

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Why? What is going on? What Chrysler vehicles are being recalled?

What Vehicles Are Affected By This Recall?

Do you own a 2022 Dodge Durango, Ram 2500, or Ram 3500?

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If you do not, you are in the clear. However, if you own one of these vehicles, you need to pay attention because this recall is affecting you.

The expected total recalled vehicles is 211,581, including 524 Ram 3500s, 157,890 Ram 2500s, and 53,167 Dodge Durango.

If you own one of these vehicles and they were produced between April 2021 and December 2022, you are affected by this recall.

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Why Was This Recall Launched?

This recall has been launched due to a software malfunction.

With this software malfunction, this issue could disable the cars' electronic stability control systems.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, certain Chrysler-branded vehicles could experience a malfunction in their anti-lock braking control module.


If this happens, it could cause the stability control to fail, increasing the likelihood of a car crash.

Currently, all dealers will update the anti-lock braking control module software for customers free of charge. Dealers and owners should receive notification letters once they are mailed on July 26th.

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At the time of publication, it is unknown if this update will be available for recalled owners before July 26th.

If you want to figure out if your specific vehicle is included in this current recall, you can find more information at the NHTSA's website and/or at Chrysler's recall lookup website.

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