Fiat Chrysler has announced another recall — the second in two days. Yesterday, it was announced that nearly 26,000 midsize cars in North America were being recalled as a result of a faulty transmission that could cause the cars not to shift into park.
The recall covered the Chrysler 200 with V-6 engines from 2015. Today, Chrysler announced that 467,000 SUVs would be joining the list of the companies recalls.
The newest recall is not related to the events of yesterday, instead it is an extension of a recall from a year ago that was announced in order to fix potential stalling problems. The newest cars under scrutiny are 2012 and 2013 Dodge Durangos and 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokees outside of the North America.
Chrysler identified the problem as a result of deformed fuel pump relays that can cause stalling and difficulty starting the engine. Dealers are equip to install new relay circuits for effected cars.