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Chrysler Recalls 257,000 Dodge Ram Trucks Because Axle Failures Can Be Dangerous

We may not know everything there is to know about the inner-workings of automobiles, but we’ve covered enough recalls to know that a properly working driveshaft is a pretty important part of a car. For that reason, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles announced the recall of nearly 257,000 Dodge Ram pickups. [More]

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NHTSA Probes Lack Of Parts & Communication In Year-Old Dodge Recall

Nearly a year after Chrysler announced two recalls of Dodge Ram trucks, consumers are still waiting to have their vehicles fixed. The lack of parts and slow pace in remedying the steering issues has investigators with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration looking for answers. [More]

Regulators Open Investigation Into Dodge Ram Because Locking Wheels Are A Cause For Concern

Regulators Open Investigation Into Dodge Ram Because Locking Wheels Are A Cause For Concern

For the second time in as many months the Dodge Ram is at the center of a probe by U.S. regulators. This time an issue with the truck’s fastener can cause the rear axle to lock or detach, and in some cases cause the vehicle to enter an uncontrolled spin. [More]

Following Death Of Child, NHTSA Investigating Dodge Ram Ignition Switch

Following Death Of Child, NHTSA Investigating Dodge Ram Ignition Switch

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration launched an investigation into a possible Chrysler Group pickup truck ignition-switch defect that has resulted in one fatality. [More]

2001 Dodge Ram Dashboards Collapsing, Cracking, Dealerships Won't Fix

When consumers try take the truck in for warranty repair, dealerships say the dashboards aren’t on a recall list, so they can’t do anything. The only thing Dodge will say is that they’re “reviewing records.”