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|# of Recalls||Component Affected|
|2008 Dodge Ram 2500||9||Air Bags, Steering, Engine And Engine Cooling, Visibility||More Details|
|2007 Dodge Ram 2500||11||Air Bags, Electrical System, Steering, Engine And Engine Cooling, Visibility, Fuel System, Gasoline, Equipment, Suspension||More Details|
|2006 Dodge Ram 2500||11||Air Bags, Electrical System, Steering, Equipment Adaptive, Visibility, Suspension, Service Brakes, Hydraulic||More Details|
|2005 Dodge Ram 2500||9||Air Bags, Steering, Visibility, Suspension, Power Train||More Details|
|2004 Dodge Ram 2500||9||Air Bags, Steering, Visibility, Suspension, Power Train, Equipment||More Details|
|2003 Dodge Ram 2500||9||Air Bags, Steering, Visibility, Suspension, Power Train, Wheels, Vehicle Speed Control||More Details|
|2002 Dodge Ram 2500||2||Visibility, Engine And Engine Cooling||More Details|
|2001 Dodge Ram 2500||2||Engine And Engine Cooling, Air Bags||More Details|
|2000 Dodge Ram 2500||2||Engine And Engine Cooling, Air Bags||More Details|
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is starting to announce the expanded Takata airbag inflator recalls. FCA has over 5 million vehicles affected worldwide, and BMW has over 420,000 in the US. Honda's expansion includes 350,000 more Civics and Accords.
Under rare circumstances, the spring in the clutch ignition interlock switch on stick-shift 2006-07 Dodge Ram, Dakota and Mitsubishi Raider pickups could fail, but one reported fatality was enough for Chrysler and NHTSA to issue a recall of nearly 67,000 vehicles.
The scope of the Takata airbag inflator recall is ballooning once again across the United States. Where Honda has elected to take its driver-side airbag campaign nationwide, Chrysler Group and Ford have now announced expanded regional actions to cover some passenger-side airbag inflators. Chris Bruce
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has launched an investigation focusing on 110,000 Dodge Ram 2500 and 3500 pickups from model years 2004 to 2006. One death has already been reported, according to NHTSA, due to a potential fault with the clutch interlocks on manual-transmission versions of the heavy duty pickup.
Chrysler has announced that it will issue three separate recalls that will cover as many as 1.2 million Ram pickup trucks for "steering-system tie rods that may have been misaligned during assembly or steering-system service." The vast majority of these trucks were sold in the United States, though some trucks in Mexico, Canada or overseas will be called in, as well.