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Default 2010 Recall - K08

2010 (DS) Ram Truck (1500 Series)
NOTE: This recall applies only to the above vehicles built at Warren Truck Assembly Plant (“S”
in the 11th VIN Position)
equipped with an automatic transmission (sales codes DGQ, DGV or
DF9)
from January 11, 2010 through February 4, 2010 (MDH 011106 through 020411).
2010 (DS) Ram Truck (1500 Series)
(DJ) Ram Truck (2500 Series)
(D2) Ram Truck (3500 Series)
NOTE: This recall applies only to the above vehicles built at Saltillo Assembly Plant (“G” in
the 11th VIN Position)
equipped with an automatic transmission (sales codes DGQ, DGV, DG7
or DF9)
from January 6, 2010 through February 16, 2010 (MDH 010606 through 021616).
2010 (LC) Dodge Challenger
(LX) Chrysler 300
NOTE: This recall applies only to the above vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission
(sales codes DGJ or DGV)
built from January 18, 2010 through March 11, 2010
(MDH 011807 through 031113)
.
2010 (WK) Jeep
® Grand Cherokee
(XK) Jeep
® Commander

NOTE: This recall applies only to the above vehicles equipped with an automatic transmission
(sales codes DGJ or DGQ)
built from January 8, 2010 through February 13, 2010 (MDH
010804 through 021307)
.

IMPORTANT: Many of the vehicles within the above build period have already been
inspected or repaired and, therefore, have been excluded from this recall.

The Wireless Ignition Node (WIN) receiver on about 37,000 of the above vehicles
may experience a condition where the Frequency Operated Button Integrated Key
(FOBIK) may be removed prior to placing the automatic transmission gear shift
lever in the “PARK” position. This could result in unintended vehicle movement
and cause a crash without warning.

The Wireless Ignition Node receiver must be inspected and replaced if necessary.
The new WIN must be programmed and all FOBIK transponders must be
programmed so they are able to interface with the new WIN receiver.
Vehicles equipped with a premium Tire Pressure Monitoring (TPM) system
(
sales code XGM) must also have the spare tire pressure sensor identification
number and location programmed into the new WIN receiver.

NOTE: Be sure to ask the customer to bring in all FOBIK transponders for
the vehicle. At least two FOBIK transponders must be programmed before
the vehicle can be operated.
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