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Consumer Advisory: Owners of Certain Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Should Stop Using Cruise Control


American Government Topics:  Dodge Journey, Dodge Durango, Dodge Challenger, Dodge Charger, Ram, Jeep Wrangler, Jeep Grand Cherokee, Chrysler 300, Chrysler Pacifica, Chrysler 200,

Consumer Advisory: Owners of Certain Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Should Stop Using Cruise Control

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
25 May 2018


Washington, DC

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) strongly encourages vehicle owners to follow a warning from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) to stop using cruise control on the vehicles listed below until repaired.   

FCA is recalling approximately 4.8 million vehicles to address a defect that could prevent the cruise control system from disengaging. Should this error occur, drivers may be able to stop the vehicle by depressing the brake pedal. The vehicle can then be placed into park once stopped. Drivers may also: 1) shift the transmission to neutral, 2) forcefully apply the manual brake, and 3) place the vehicle in park once stopped.

Vehicle owners should contact FCA at (866) 220-6747 for additional information concerning this recall. Report potential safety issues to NHTSA by calling (888) 327-4236 or submitting a complaint online at NHTSA.gov. Affected models, as currently identified by FCA, are:

NHTSA urges all drivers to take the following three actions to stay informed of all current and future recalls.

  1. Visit NHTSA.gov to find out if your car or truck is under recall. Search using your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN). Your search result will tell you if your car or truck is included in this or any other safety recall at this time. Vehicles scheduled for future recalls will not show up in this search, so it is important that you check regularly, at least twice per year.
  2. If your vehicle does have a recall, call your local dealer to schedule the free repair. Be aware that in the Takata air bag recalls, there are priority groups; parts are only available for certain vehicles starting at certain dates.
  3. Sign up at NHTSA.gov/Alerts to be notified by e-mail if your vehicle is affected by a future recall.

Stay connected with NHTSA: Search for open recalls with NHTSA.gov/Recalls | Download the mobile app for Apple devices | Receive recall alerts by e-mail | Visit us on Facebook.com/NHTSA | Follow us on Twitter.com/NHTSA.gov | Watch 5-Star Safety Ratings crash tests on YouTube.com/USDOTNHTSA.

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