Chrysler is recalling some 184,215 SUVs worldwide to fix problem related to air-bag, reports Detroit Free Press.
According to the automaker, the recall is needed to replace a component that manages air-bag deployments.
The recall includes some 2014 Dodge Durango and Jeep Grand Cherokee SUVs, in which airbag control modules may indicate that the module has short-circuited.
“That could cause the air-bag warning lights to turn on, warning occupants that the air bags and seat-belt pretensioners are disabled,” the newspaper said.
The problem will be repaired for free by dealers, and dealers will install a new occupant restraint control module.
Source: Detroit Free Press