Stellantis Recalls 1.2 Million Vehicles in North America for Rear Camera Glitch (Fix Available)

Stellantis Recalls 1.2 Million Vehicles in North America for Rear Camera Glitch (Fix Available)
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Major automak­er Stel­lan­tis has issued a recall for over 1.2 mil­lion vehi­cles in the Unit­ed States and Cana­da to address a soft­ware issue that can dis­able the rearview cam­era. This crit­i­cal safe­ty fea­ture helps dri­vers see behind their vehi­cle while back­ing up or maneu­ver­ing in tight spaces.

Affect­ed Vehi­cles (2021–2023 Mod­el Years):

  • Jeep: Com­pass, Grand Chero­kee, Wag­oneer, Grand Wagoneer
  • Ram: Pro­Mas­ter Van, 3500 Chas­sis Cab, 1500 Pick­up, 2500 Pickup
  • Chrysler: Paci­fi­ca
  • Dodge: Duran­go

Sim­ple Soft­ware Update Fix­es the Glitch

Stel­lan­tis assures there have been no report­ed acci­dents or injuries relat­ed to this issue. The fix involves a free, over-the-air (OTA) soft­ware update that some vehi­cles have already received. Own­ers will be noti­fied by mail with instruc­tions to accept the update on their vehi­cle’s screen, restor­ing full func­tion­al­i­ty to the rearview camera.

Stel­lan­tis Pri­or­i­tizes Safe­ty and Cus­tomer Satisfaction

This proac­tive recall demon­strates Stel­lan­tis’ com­mit­ment to dri­ver safe­ty and cus­tomer sat­is­fac­tion. As cars rely more on soft­ware, robust qual­i­ty con­trol and time­ly recalls are cru­cial to ensure safe and reli­able vehi­cles on the road.

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