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Stellantis is issuing a recall for almost 1.2 million vehicles due to a software glitch that disables the rear camera

The Stellantis sign is seen outside the Chrysler Technology Center (Via Jack Solomon/Shutterstock)

Stellantis is recalling nearly 1.2 million vehicles across the U.S. and Canada to address a software issue that may disable rearview cameras.

The recall affects several models: Jeep Compass, Grand Cherokee, Wagoneer, and Grand Wagoneer SUVs from the 2022 and 2023 model years. It also includes Ram ProMaster vans from 2022 and 2023, as well as Ram 3500 chassis cabs, and Ram 1500 and 2500 pickups from 2022. Additionally, 2021-2023 Chrysler Pacifica minivans, Jeep Grand Cherokee L SUVs, and 2021-2022 Dodge Durango SUVs are covered.

An internal investigation by Stellantis revealed that the affected vehicles have radio software that can unintentionally disable the cameras.

Joel Conner looks at the previous models (Via Bill Jackson/Getty Images)

Formerly known as Fiat Chrysler, Stellantis plans to resolve the issue through an online software update, already applied to over 735,000 vehicles. Owners will be prompted to accept this update on their media screens and will also receive recall notifications by mail.

Although there have been no reports of injuries or accidents related to this issue, Stellantis advises all affected owners to promptly follow the recall instructions.

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