Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) US LLC is recalling nearly 78,000 Chrysler 200 vehicles after the automaker discovered that damaged electrical connectors in the sedans may cause the engine to stall or to unexpectedly shift to neutral. This is the latest in a number of recent Chrysler recalls. FCA US said it is voluntarily recalling the vehicles which were primarily sold in the U.S. market after an investigation revealed that a supplier’s post-production validation tests may have damaged electrical connectors that led to the problem, which may be accompanied by a dashboard warning light. Airbag function is not affected, said Chrysler, which noted it was unaware of any related injuries or accidents.
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