Chrysler to recall 132,000 SUVs over panel lighting

Oct. 2, 2013
Engineers find problem with SUV's anti-lock braking system module that affects instrument cluster display.

Chrysler Group LLC announced it will recall an estimated 132,000 sport utility vehicles globally, mostly in the U.S., to address potential software problems that could lead to a blackout of instrument panel lighting, according to Reuters News. Read about the recall.

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