Recall of Dodge Charger
Recall of Dodge Charger launched in 2011-2012.
Dodge has declared its official recall of the Charger models, which were produced in the period from 2011 to 2012. According to the carmaker’s data, about 43,450 cars are affected to recall. In the U.S.
The reason of this recalling is the heating of headlights that causing jumper harnesses. Moreover, this heating affects the ABS and ESC technologies that may be fail.
Fortunately, there are no accidents or injuries registered as a cause of this defect.
The auto manufacturer is notifying owners of cars that were bought at that time to bring affected vehicles to the dealers’ to repair defect free of charge for customers as well.
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