Ram is recalling 306,165 pickups and trucks due to a potential fire risk.
Specifically, the truck manufacturer has learned of six fires that may be caused by the vehicle’s intake heater-grid relays overheating.
The Auburn Hills, Michigan-based Ram Trucks reports that affected models are equipped with the 6.7-liter Cummins diesel engine and prior generation heater-grid relays.
The vehicles affected by the issue are:
- 2021-2023 Ram 2500 pickups
- 2021-2023 Ram 3500 pickups
- 2021-2023 Ram 3500 cab chassis trucks
- 2021-2023 Ram 4500 cab chassis trucks
- 2021-2023 Ram 5500 cab chassis trucks
Ram is advising owners of these trucks and pickups to park their vehicles outdoors and keep them away from structures.
The recall notice will be mailed out on March 31, 2023. Dealerships will replace the relay at no charge.
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