Chrysler 200 Recalls
The occupant restraint control (OCR) module may malfunction and prevent deployment and proper operation of safety restraint devices such as the frontal air bags, seat belt pretensioners and side air bags in the event of an accident. This could increase risk of injury.
Multiple fasteners that secure chassis components may not be tightened properly. This could allow components to loosen and possibly fail or fall from the vehicle, resulting in a loss of vehicle control. This could cause a crash.
The 9-speed transmission may unexpectedly shift to neutral due to a wiring issue. This would result in increased risk of a crash.
If service work has been completed requiring replacement of the passenger seat cushion or Occupant Classification Module, the front passenger air bag may not deploy properly. This could result in risk of serious injury in an accident.
The vehicle may stall without warning, and various electrical components could stop working due to a failure at a key electrical connector of the vehicle wiring.
The software for the radio is vulnerable to third party outside access. An unknown computer user could possibly exploit the vehicle software and remotely modify certain vehicle systems, resulting in the risk of an accident.
The transmission shift lever may not shift properly and securely into the "park" position. This can result in the vehicle not being stable and allow the vehicle to roll away, increasing risk of crash and personal injury.
The wiring harness inside the driver's door may overheat, resulting in melted wire insulation and a possible fire hazard.
The rear shocks may detach from the vehicle due to a faulty weld. This could damage other suspension components, vehicle tires or brakes and as a result increase risk of loss of vehicle control.
Certain vehicles equipped with a 2.4L engine can experience an unexpected engine stalling condition or engine failure.