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FCA Recalls Sedans Over All-Wheel-Drive Issues

FCA Recalls Sedans Over All-Wheel-Drive Issues

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is no stranger to recalls these days. Unfortunately the automaker is adding another recall to this list associated with its all-wheel-drive LX sedans.

According to the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration, the front propshaft bolts may loosen, which allows the front driveshaft to disconnect. The issue is impacting about 75,000 Dodge Chargers and Chrysler 300 from the 2014-17 model years. The vast majority of the impacted units are in the U.S.

FCA says the company is not aware of any injuries associated with the situation at this time. They discovered the issue by reviewing and analyzing warranty claims, noticing a trend that ultimately led to an internal investigation.

Impacted owners will be sent a letter or can contact FCA customer service for more information. At this time appears the all-new 2017 Challenger GT is not impacted by the recall.


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  1. Andrew_L
    yikes that won't be cheap to fix
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