The Chrysler Recall
A Chrysler Recall was announced for 32,318 the model year 2019-2020 Ram 3500, 4500, and 5500 cab chassis built with a Cummins 6.7L High Output engine. According to reports, Chrysler issued the recall due to inadequate warmup protection.
Having inadequate warmup protection can lead to a shortage of oil film on the engine connecting rod bearings while the engine is reaching operating temperature. If this occurs, it can lead to engine damage and connecting rod failure. Thus, a potential puncture in the engine block might transpire
A broken engine block could turn to oil leakage, which can be exposed to the hot engine or exhaust components, making the vehicle more vulnerable to catching fire.
Have you purchased a Chrysler ram and suffered the damages mentioned above? Please don’t hesitate to tell us your story.
What You Need To Do
Chrysler will inform the owners of the recent recall. Meanwhile, dealers will take charge of flashing the engine calibration software to improve the engine warm-up protection free of charge.
The Chrysler recall is set to start by October 16, 2020.
For concerned owners, they can call Chrysler customer service at (800) 853-1403. The number for this Chrysler’s recall is W57.
Editor’s note on The Chrysler Recall:
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