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Cruise Control Fault Causes Dodge Demon Recall

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By Dave Ashton

Like most things in life, there’s going to be hick-ups and stumbling blocks along the way. This seems to be the case at the moment for the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon as a cruise control defect has resulted in a recall.

Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles will be sending out notifications to Demon owners at the end of August. The recall is due to the possibility of the cruise control not being able to be deactivated, which comes from a possible problem with the powertrain control module (PCM) causing a short circuit in its wiring. Non-deactivation of Cruise control by pressing the brake pedal would mean the vehicle would just carry on at its cruising speed.

There doesn’t seem to be any reports of this happening, so the recall is completely precautionary. However, owners are advised to avoid using Cruise control until the fault has been rectified.

The recall also includes some Challengers, Chargers, Chrysler 300s, Mopar Stage 1 Kit Performance packages. The FCA said the fault is limited to 1,930 vehicles. The FCA will update or replace the PCM free of charge, along with any possible software updates.

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