Jeep Grand Cherokee Recall, Dodge Ram 1500 Recall, Dodge Ram 2500 Recall, Dodge Ram 3500 Recall, Computer Software Glitch

Jeep Grand Cherokee recalled for computer software glitch
Chrysler is recalling almost 11,000 Dodge Ram pickup trucks and 132,000 Jeep Grand Cherokee vehicles because it has discovered a computer glitch.

Software controls the warning system lights and the instrument cluster in the vehicles. Flashing warning lights and failing instrument clusters have been reported and the subsequent investigation triggered the massive recall.

Recall details were reported in Automotive News and are online at this link, click here.

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