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Chrysler: 3 recalls involving 2 models in 2017

Chrysler announced three recalls affecting two of its models in 2017 according to the Rapex database. The Aspen was recalled twice over airbags, while the 300 model suffered from front half-axle issues. The oldest cars recalled by Chrysler were the 2004 Aspen and Chrysler 300.
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Two of the three recalls affected its older 300 and Aspen models. The problem with the passenger airbags goes back to 2004, the driver’s airbag may not work properly in models made since 2008.

Regarding more recent Chryslers, the 2014 and 2016 Chrysler 300 had to be recalled. The front drive shaft may disconnect due to insufficiently secured bolts. The relevant production years are shown in the link under each model.

Chrysler in 2019 (2 recalls)

List of Chrysler 2017 Recalls by models

Chrysler Aspen
May 2017: A fault in the gas generator of the front passenger airbag may cause uncontrolled inflation.
Oct 2017: In the event of an accident, the airbags and seatbelt pre-tensioners may not deploy as intended.

Chrysler 300
May 2017: ZA fault in the gas generator of the front passenger airbag may cause uncontrolled inflation.
Jun 2017: The front drive shaft may become detached, as a result of screws being inadequately secured.

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