Chrysler has recently announced a recall for several Dodge Charger vehicles because of a problem with the headlamp wiring.
According to the North American based automaker, a total of 49,400 units of the Dodge Charger, from the 2011 and 2012 model years, will be affected by this recall and their owners will have to take a trip back to the dealers in order to get the problems with the headlamp wiring fixed. Chrysler says that the company is now aware of any accidents or injuries in the previous 2012 recall, when the police cars were affected, or in this new recall.
“Chrysler Group was not aware of any related injuries or accidents in the 2012 campaign, nor is the Company aware of any injuries or accidents involving the current recall”, said the company in a statement.
The NHTSA says that the headlamp jumper harnesses and bulbs, along with the headlight assemblies of models fitted with halogen, will be inspected and, if necessary, replacements will be made free of charge. Out of the total 49,400 units, 43,450 have been sold in the United States, 2,850 in Canada, 375 units in Mexico and 2,700 outside the NAFTA region. For more details on the subject, owners can contact the company.