Chrysler has recalled its 2015 and 2016 300 models due to a potential problem with the daytime running lights (DRLs).
The carmaker says that activating the 300’s turn signals can cause the DRLs to switch off, resulting in “non-compliance with certain homologation requirements”.
DRLs are designed to improve vehicle visibility during the daylight hours, and although non-functioning DRLs only result in the 300 being as visible as every other car on the road without DRLs, Chrysler is looking to rectify the problem.
At this stage, only SRT variants with the 350kW 6.4 litre Hemi V8 engine are affected.
Holden is recalling its Barina light car, built between August 2011 and December 2013.
A problem has been identified with the fuel pump O-ring seal which on some vehicles has been swapped for the incorrect size during a service operation.
Holden says that a collision severe enough to cause the vehicle to roll may result in a fuel leak, leading to an increased risk of fire.
Both Chrysler and Holden will attempt to contact affected owners shortly, but any owner wishing to learn more about the latest round of recalls should contact their local dealer.
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