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Chrysler recalls 14,800 2013 Dodge Darts

Published On: Jun 11 2013 09:46:02 AM CDT   Updated On: Jun 12 2013 05:21:15 AM CDT
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Chrysler Group is recalling 14,800 2013 Dodge Darts due to a potential stalling issue.
The recall was prompted by internal testing that found a Dart that had been parked in a 20 degree F chamber for eight hours stalled moments after it was started up. Dealers reported similar incidents to the company. As a result, Chrysler plans to recalibrate affected cars' powertrain control modules at no cost to customers, according to a Chrysler press release.
The recall includes 2013 Dodge Dart models equipped with a 1.4-liter engine and a dual-clutch transmission.
Customers with questions can call 1-800-853-1403.

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