Dodge Vehicles Have Been Recalled 486 Times
A recall is a free repair for a widespread safety defect or issue that doesn’t meet federal safety standards. They are usually limited to a specific set of vehicles based on things like model year, manufacture date, and VIN range.
Most Recalled Dodge Vehicles
Every recall can involve multiple model years, so we've taken each model and ranked them by how many times they've been involved in a specific campaign.
- Ram 1500 95
- Ram 3500 95
- Ram 2500 92
- Grand Caravan 76
- Caravan 70
- Ram Van 1500 63
- Durango 61
- Ram Van 2500 59
- Ram Van 3500 59
- Dakota 57
But wait, there's more ...
There's also the Charger (41), Stratus (34), Avenger (24), Challenger (24), Journey (24), Neon (23), Intrepid (17), Ram 2500 Power Wagon (17), Dart (16), Daytona (15), Ram 4500 (15), Ram 5500 (15), Ram Conversion Van (14), Magnum (13), 600 (12), Shadow (12), Viper (11), Nitro (10), Sprinter (10), Caliber (8), Dynasty (8), Spirit (7), Omni (6), Colt (3), Ram 150 (3), Aries (2), D100 (2), Ram 50 (2), Stealth (2), Power Ram 50 (1), Ram 250 (1), B150 Van (0), B250 (0), B2500 Cargo Van (0), Cargo Van (0), Conversion Van (0), D150 (0), D200 (0), D2500 (0), Pro Master (0), Promaster (0), Ram 100 (0), Ram 350 (0), SRT Viper (0), and SX 2.0 (0).
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Answers to the most frequently asked questions
- How Do I Find Out If My Car Has Been Recalled?
With more recalls than ever before, it’s hard to keep up with it all. After announcing up to 30% of people ignore safety recalls, NHTSA created an easy, online VIN lookup tool to quickly check your car’s recall status.
- My Car Has Been Recalled, Now What?
Watch for recall notices in the mail and always make sure the manufacturer has your up-to-date mailing address. Once you receive word of a recall, don’t ignore it. Don’t expect an immediate appointment for a repair. And don’t give up. A 2016 study determined that 45 million cars recalled between 2013 and 2015 hadn’t received their repairs. While recalls don’t expire, they do have a limited shelf-life if you want a guaranteed no-cost fix.
- I've Already Paid for Repairs, Can I Get Reimbursed?
The answer, like many things in life – it depends. The process isn’t always simple and often requires a good paper trail on your end. That’s why it’s important to save or scan all documents related to car repairs.