How do you find out if there is a recall on your Dodge vehicle?


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To find out if there is a recall on your Dodge vehicle, go to Dodge.com and click the Recall Information link. The Recall Information link is located in the lower right portion of the Web page in the Service and More section. Enter your vehicle identification number, and click the Search button. The VIN is located on the dashboard of your Dodge.

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The VIN is also printed on the vehicle title, insurance paperwork and your Dodge sales agreement. The VIN is a 17-digit number unique to your vehicle. A safety recall indicates an issue threatening the safe operation of a vehicle. Dodge services all vehicle recalls for free, as of 2015.

Alternatively, go to DodgeProblems.com to view the most recent Dodge recalls, complaints and investigations. Click the Recall link located in the top menu and enter your vehicle model in the search field.

Dodge contacts vehicle owners about safety and emissions recalls by direct mail and general broadcast media. Mopar.com provides recall information for Dodge, Fiat and Chrysler vehicles. Recall information is updated daily, according to the company. As of 2015, the Dodge Ram 2500 truck is the most-recalled Dodge vehicle, though it has steadily dropped over the years from a high of 23 recalls in 1994 to 16 in 2004 and zero in 2014.

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