Chrysler Group has issued a recall for an issue in the wiring harness in V6 Dodge Challengers. Nearly 2,500 Challengers are being recalled, with 1,900 remaining adding to a total of 4,459 vehicles on recall.
Only seven fires have been reported thus far; owners are urged to avoid parking near buildings until the repairs are completed.
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Auburn Hills, Mich. – Chrysler Group is recalling approximately 2,500 model-year 2013 Dodge Challengers now in customer hands to address a potential short-circuit.
This condition could cause a wire harness to overheat and possibly lead to fire. Chrysler Group is aware of seven such incidents. None caused injury.
Affected owners are being contacted directly – by telephone and by mail. They are being advised to immediately refrain from driving their vehicles and to contact their dealers. Loaner vehicles will be provided, free of charge, until repairs are complete. Chrysler Group further advises affected owners not to park their vehicles in or near any structures.
Customers who are uncertain if they are affected should take the above precautions and inquire with their dealers.
This action affects only 2013 Dodge Challengers assembled with V-6 engines during an eight-week period ending Jan. 24, 2013.
The total recall population is 4,459 vehicles, of which approximately 1,900 are in dealer hands.