Chrysler Recalls Over 211,000 SUVs And Trucks Over Stability Control Issue

By Bill Galluccio

June 10, 2024

Dodge Durango display at a Stellantis dealership. Dodge offers the Durango in SXT, GT, R/T, and Citadel models.
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Chrysler is recalling over 211,000 SUVs and pickup trucks because of a software issue that could disable the electronic stability control systems.

The recall impacts certain 2022 Dodge Durango, Ram 2500, and Ram 3500 vehicles.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said that the anti-lock braking control module could malfunction and cause the stability control system to fail, increasing the risk of a crash.

A spokesperson for Chrysler's parent company, Stellantis, said the issue was discovered by a "routine review of customer feedback." There have been no reports of accidents or injuries related to the problem.

Chrysler will begin mailing out notification letters to owners on July 26. Owners can take their vehicle to a Chrysler dealership, where technicians will update the software for the anti-lock braking control module software.

You can check to see if your car is under recall by going to and entering your 17-digit vehicle identification number.

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