According to Reuters, the big D.C. has got some problems with their inflatable safety devices.

It would seem that a rear-facing child seat might come into contact with the airbag after it deploys. The recall is going to entail bringing back 145,000 Dodge Ram pickups for an airbag modification, in addition to another 15,000 trucks that will also have their passenger side safety belt replaced.

Another 35,000 Dodge Durangos are set to hit the service department due to a wiring issue in the dash that, if liquid would happen to spill on it, may cause an electrical fire.

Those of you affected can contact your local dealers or wait by your mailbox for instructions.

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