NEW YORK (NEWSnet/AP) — Stellantis-owned Chrysler is recalling more than 211,000 SUVs and pickups in the U.S., due to a software malfunction that could disable the electronic stability control systems.

The recall covers 2022 model year Dodge vehicles including Durango, Ram 2500 and Ram 3500.

According to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, those cars may have a malfunction in the anti-lock braking control. That affects stability control to fail and increases risk of a crash.

Dealers will update the anti-lock braking control module software at no cost. Notification letters to dealers and owners are set to be mailed July 26, NHTSA said.

A Stellantis spokesperson noted a “routine review of customer feedback” led tinvestigation that revealed the software problem.

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