Chrysler Recalls 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee SUVs, Ram Trucks
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An estimated 132,000 Grand Cherokees are affected by the recall, with Chrysler claiming their quality-control personnel “observed reports of random warning-light illumination and instrument-cluster blackout, while engineers discovered “discovered an issue in the vehicle’s anti-lock braking system module that affects the instrument cluster display.”
Moving on to the Ram pickup trucks, around 10,800 examples - most of which are still in dealerships - are affected by a similar problem, with “instrument-cluster backlighting functioning intermittently on certain vehicles.”
The company says no accidents or injuries related to this problem were reported and that software updates will be performed free of charge starting next month at Chrysler dealerships. Those affected will be notified by mail, but concerned customers can contact the automaker at 1-800-853-1403.
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