Chrysler has recently announced that there will be 49,000 Dodge Chargers recalled for headlights that need fixed. These headlights need replaced because of a faulty connector that could overheat and knock out low-beam headlights.
Dodge Chargers recalled for headlights include the 2011 and 2012 models that are equipped with halogen headlamps. Luckily, this kind of recall is an easy fix. Just take it to your local dealer and they will replace the headlight wiring, bulbs, and assemblies.
Of the 49,000 Chargers being recalled here is a breakdown of where they are:
– 43,450 in the United States
– 2,850 in Canada
– 375 in Mexico
– 2,700 in countries outside of North America
CBS Detroit had this to say in there article about the recall, “Canadian safety regulators say the problem could compromise driver visibility and lead to a crash. But Chrysler says it knows of no crashes or injuries. The problem is similar to one that led to a 2012 recall of Charger police cars.”
So, if you have a 2011 or 2012 Dodge Charger, then make sure you bring it in to see what needs to or does not need to be fixed. You wouldn’t want that headlight to go out when you are driving somewhere!