Stellantis is recalling more than 17,000 newer Dodge SUVs and heavy-duty Ram pickups in Canada because of a possible software glitch that could lead to a fault with the trucks’ electronic stability control (ESC) systems. More specifically, the vehicles may have a malfunction in their anti-lock braking control module, and it’s that issue which could in turn cause a failure in the stability control system.

In Canada, the recall covers 17,462 examples of the Dodge Durango and Ram 2500 and 3500 from model year 2022; another 211,581 are affected in the U.S., about three-quarters of them the Ram 2500, specifically. Beyond that, some 2,313 of the trucks will be recalled in Mexico, and another 5,023 in markets outside North America.

The defect was uncovered via a “routine review of customer feedback,” the automaker said in a statement, and no injuries or accidents tied to it have been reported so far. The fix involves dealers updating the anti-lock braking control module software.

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