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Chrysler Issues Two Recalls Totaling Approximately 841,000 Vehicles

This summer, a handful of major automobile manufacturers have issued recalls affecting thousands of vehicles. Last week, Honda issued a recall of more than 700,000 Fit models due to a potential overheating or fire hazard with the vehicles’ power switch. Another major automobile manufacturer also recalled a large number of vehicles last week as well.

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Chrysler Recalling 61,400 SUVs After Reports Of Broken Drive Shafts

 Heat shields are installed on most automobiles as a means of protecting the vehicle body and other structural components from the excessive temperatures caused by the combustion engines. The problem, though, is that if the heat shield fails or breaks, then it can cause considerably more damage than it is intended to prevent. That is the focus of one of six separate recall efforts announced by Chrysler this week, as a potential manufacturing defect with heat shields can lead to broken drive shafts.

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Chrysler Police Chargers Recalled Because of Overheating, Crash Risks

Chrysler has announced the recall of 9,688 Dodge Chargers over two defects that can put drivers at risk.  In some vehicles, a low beam headlamp bulb harness can overheat and cause the lights to fail, which can lead to a dangerous loss in visibility.  The other recall addresses vehicles which may lose anti-lock brake and electronic stability system functioning due to an overheated power distribution center.   If this problem occurs while the vehicle is on the road, it can

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Chrysler Recall: Vehicle Defect Allows Potential Tire Blowout

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced that Chrysler has initiated a recall for certain model year 2012 Dodge Charger SRT8s and Chrysler 300 SRT8s for “failing to comply with the requirements of federal motor vehicle safety standard[s]” that address the vehicles’ Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS). The tire safety system on these vehicles does not warn drivers when a tire has dropped 25 percent below its recommended pressure, posing a serious crash risk.

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Chrysler Recalls Popular Models Over Fear Of Brake Failure

Chrysler announced the recall of 62,400 units of its 2007 model year vehicles due to faulty Electronic Control System Unit affecting the vehicles’ braking system. The affected models included the Chrysler Sebring, Chrysler 300, Jeep Commander, Jeep Compass, Jeep Grand Cherokee, Jeep Liberty, Jeep Wrangler, Dodge Nitro, Dodge Magnum, Dodge Charger and Dodge Caliber.

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