2022 Durango, 2022-23 Rams recalled

An amusingly small number of Rams and a quite large number of Durangos and Ram 2500-3500s are being recalled for two different issues.

Just 214 Ram pickups (1500, 2500, and 3500) have an “insufficient weld” in the transmission control unit; fluid can leak onto electrical parts, causing loss of power or loss of the Park function. Dealers will replace the valve body and control unit. Notifications are to go out by July 26 for this recall, number 63B (federal number 24V413000).

2023 Ram 2500 Rebel

In addition, 211,581 US-based (and likely around 22,000 others around the world) 2022 Durangos and Ram 2500/3500 pickups are being recalled because the antilock brake computer may disable the electronic stability control. The exact reason for this is unknown, but it is not likely to be envy.  The recall is number 55B (Federal number 24V415000) and again notifications are to go out by July 26.

Other recalls announced last week included failing turn signals on Karmas, transmissions suddenly going to neutral while driving Range Rovers, broken rear cameras on Honda Fits and HR-Vs, “stalling” on Nissan Ariyas, loose clutch pressure lines on 2024 Mustangs, inadequate crash protection on Kia EV9s, fires from overheated seat motors on 2020-24 Kia Tellurides, and, most visibly, debris in Toyota engines causing stalling in 2022-23 Lexus LX and Toyota Tundras.

 


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