2020: Dodge recalls

Four recalls for two Dodge models in 2020


In 2020, Dodge announced four recalls for two models through the EU Rapex system.

Cracks can occur in the exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) cooler with 2013-2019 RAM pick-up, increasing the fire risk. With newer models, the access step to the loading area may not be sufficiently strong. Also, there is a risk that the floor mat on the driver side could catch on the accelerator pedal.

With the 2004-2006 Dodge Viper, the airbags and seatbelt tensioners may deploy inadvertently.



Dodge recalls in 2020 by model

RAM

PublishedIssue
Dodge RAM (2018 – 2020)25. 12. 2020The access step to the loading area may not be sufficiently strong. As a result, it could break, causing injuries to ... .
Dodge RAM (2017 – 2020)25. 12. 2020The floor mat on the driver side could catch on the accelerator pedal. This will cause the vehicle to maintain its ... .
Dodge RAM (2013 – 2019)29. 06. 2020Due to thermal fatigue, cracks can occur in the exhaust gas re-circulation (EGR) cooler. This will lead to increased risk of ... .

All RAM’s recalls

Viper

PublishedIssue
Dodge Viper (2004 – 2006)10. 04. 2020The Occupant Restraint Controller (ORC) module can be defective. This may cause the airbags and seatbelt tensioners to deploy inadvertently, increasing ... .

All Viper’s recalls


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