Fiat Chrysler said Friday that it is recalling a 323,361 recent-model vehicles in the U.S.to check the wiring out of fear that a defect could cause a loss of power.
Do you own one of these recalled cars? The 2015 Chrysler 200, Jeep Renegade, Ram ProMaster City vans, and more could all potentially suffer from an electronic issue related to the wiring and some software, both of which will be updated/replaced as part of this newly announced recall. Most auto manufacturers need to issue recalls now and then, but it seems that Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is getting more than its share.
In addition to the aforementioned models, Fiat Chrysler is also recalling some of its 2014 and 2015 Jeep Cherokees. Most of the vehicles are in North America, with 323,000 in the USA and 35,000 in Canada.
Revealing that there have thus far been no reports or injuries resulting from the wire harness problem in the vehicles being recalled, Fiat Chrysler said that it has updated the software to resolve the issue. That leaves 52,000 additional vehicles around the rest of the world.
The manufacturing procedure was changed in late 2014 to eliminate the problem. The automaker did not disclose a schedule for when recall repairs will begin.
This article originally appeared on vehicle.pro.