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2023-2024 RAM vehicles recall: Chrysler recalls 142,000 Ram vehicles: Here's which models are affected
Chrysler Ram recall: Steering column control module malfunction
Chrysler is recalling 142,150 of its 2023-2024 Ram vehicles. The vehicles' steering column control module may cause the high beams to turn on when the turn signal is used. This problem can cause other drivers to be confused while driving, and it may limit their ability to see on the road, according to an NHTSA report.
If the steering column needs fixing, dealers will replace it with a new one for free.
Letters to owners are expected to be mailed on Jan. 17, 2024. Chrysler's customer service number is 1-800-853-1403. The recall number is B2A.
2023 Ram 1500
2023-2024 Ram 2500
2023-2024 Ram 3500
2023-2024 Ram 4500
2023-2024 Ram 5500
Infiniti QX60 recall: AFS glitch
Nissan is recalling 20,051 of its 2022-2024 Infiniti QX60 vehicles. These vehicles' Adaptive Front-Light System (AFS) may not adjust the headlights downward when driving at certain speeds. This can limit the ability to see on the road, which can increase the risk of a crash, according to a NHTSA report.
Dealers plan to fix the settings of the Intelligent Power Distribution Module (IPDM) at no cost.
Letters to the owners will go out on Jan. 12, 2024. Owners can contact Nissan customer service at 1-800-867-7669. The number for this recall is PC994.
2022-2024 Infiniti QX60
Ford F-150 recall: Parking lights defect
Ford is recalling 18,527 of its 2022 F-150 vehicles. These vehicles' parking lights flicker when the headlights are activated. These vehicles don't follow the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard number 108, "Lamps, Reflective Devices, and Associated Equipment." This problem can cause reduced visibility while driving on the road and increase the risk of a crash, according to an NHTSA report.
Dealers plan to fix the LED driver module software free for customers.
Owners will be notified through mail by Jan. 14, 2024. If any customers of these vehicles have any questions, they can contact Ford customer service at 1-866-436-7332. The recall number is 22V-686.
2022 Ford F-150
Ford F-150 Lightning recall: SYNC software flaw
Ford is recalling 5,118 of its 2022-2023 F-150 Lightning vehicles. The SYNC software that turns on the electric stability control system (ESC) may not work correctly when the ignition cycle starts. Because of this, these vehicles don't obey the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard number 126, "Electronic Stability Control Systems." When the ESC does not reset, this can cause the person operating the vehicle to drive it unknowingly without electronic stability, according to an NHTSA report.
If this problem occurs, dealers plan to update the Accessory Protocol Interface Module (APIM) software in person or through an over-the-air update at no cost.
Letters will be mailed to owners by Dec. 18. Customers can contact Ford customer service at 1-866-436-7332. The recall number for this recall is 23C38.
2022-2023 Ford F-150 Lightning
Mercedes-Benz recall: ESP error
Mercedes-Benz is recalling 2,797 of its 024 GLE 450e Plug-in Hybrid (PHEV) vehicles. A software error in the electronic stability program (ESP) may cause the force required to stop the vehicle to increase. This can make the vehicle require an extended distance to stop, which can increase the risk of a crash, according to a NHTSA report.
Dealers will reboot the ESP control unit software at no cost to the owner.
Owner notifications will be mailed on January 30, 2024. Customers can contact Mercedes-Benz customer service at 1-800-367-6372.
2024 Mercedes-Benz GLE450 E
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Chrysler Ram, Nissan Infiniti, Ford F-150 among 188,000 cars recalled