Dodge issued a recall for over 30,000 minivans due to second and third-row seats that could potentially become loose during a crash. The seats are supposed to fit securely onto a metal part of the vehicle referred to as a seat striker. The seat striker is welded to the floor of the vehicle, however, some of them were not welded properly, resulting in the potential for the seat to become loose during a crash. If a crash occurs, the seatbelts in the car may not keep passengers safe. It’s also important to note that even if a crash doesn’t occur, owners may notice that the second and third-row seats feel looser than they should.
Approximately 30,354 2019 Dodge Grand Caravan minivans were impacted during this recall. In order to see if your vehicle was impacted, owners can contact Dodge customer service directly at 800-853-1403. You can also visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s website and enter your vehicle identification number to see if your vehicle has been impacted.
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