Auto manufacturer Chrysler Group LLC has announced it will be recalling 127,350 vehicles in conjunction with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) due to problems arising from power distribution centers overheating. Problems with the center can lead to electrical stability control malfunctions and anti-lock braking system failures, putting drivers at risk of an accident, according to a report by The Chicago Tribune.
The vehicles being recalled are Chrysler 300s and Dodge Chargers from the 2011 and 2012 model years. The recall is expected to begin this month. Chrysler will notify owners of the recall shortly. To fix the problem, dealers will relocate the ABS/ESC system fuse.
Electrical system defects in a car can affect the use, value and safety of a vehicle. While recalls are designed to fix problems, it may take several repair attempts to resolve. If your vehicle has a defect that requires multiple repair attempts, you may have a lemon car entitling you to your money back or a replacement vehicle.
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