Fiat Chrysler has certainly had a lot to do lately, between his proposal for a renewed and re-merger with Renault and its ram-truck hard-hit by recalls. To top the pile, the FCA is now recalling nearly 300,000 2019 Ram 1500s in the US to disable their own airbags and seat belt crash restraints.
These are things you may need when you are in a crash.
That would not be too good, for example, if another ram from the model years 2015 to 2018 dropped a massive part of its possibly broken tailgate, while he drove before a newer. We hear that this is also a problem lately.
The FCA announced the recall on Friday, stating that it is 295,981 Ram 1500 in the US, most of which are from the 2019 model year and 26 pre-production models for 2020. The recall also includes 38,884 trucks in Canada, 1,817 in Mexico and another 6,154 in markets outside North America.
The problem this time is that a software bug could disable the airbags and seats of the trucks 2019 and 2020. Belt tensioners, also known as devices that are triggered by crash detectors to hold the seat belt in place. Not having airbags or working seat belts in an accident is not very good, hence the recall.
At least the good news is that the FCA claims that the potential for doing so is "highly remote" and that this is not the case. No knowledge of injuries related to the problem or related crashes. Affected owners are expected to be notified of their predicament on July 20, and the FCA announced in recall documents that they will reimburse anyone who has already paid for repairs related to the problem.
because the truck callbacks are currently in full swing. You just never know what's coming next.