Ram Recalls 2021: Get the Latest Model Safety Information

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The 2021 Ram models are some of the best available on the market today. With powerful engines, comfortable interiors, and advanced technology, they can provide drivers with an extraordinary driving experience. But if you’re planning to get a 2021 Ram, it’s important to stay up to date on the latest safety recalls.

Safety recalls are issued by manufacturers when they identify a potential issue with a vehicle’s design, construction, or performance that can lead to an accident or injury. Each safety recall affects a certain make, model, and year of vehicles and can only be rectified with a specific solution.

The 2021 Ram models have been subject to several recalls. Some of the more serious ones include airbag issues, fuel tank problems, and suspension failures. The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has documented all the recalls affecting 2021 Ram models and their corresponding solutions.

The most serious recall from 2021 involves the airbag system. This issue affects all the 2021 Ram 1500, 2500, and 3500 models, and it could lead to the side and/or driver’s side airbags failing to deploy in a crash. To fix the issue, dealers are replacing the airbag control module with a new and improved version.

Another major recall for 2021 Ram models involves the fuel tanks. The NHTSA identified a potential risk for fuel tank cracks and leaks in some of the 2021 Ram 2500s. To rectify this, dealers are replacing the fuel tank with an updated fuel tank from the manufacturer.

Lastly, some of the 2021 Ram models were subject to a suspension recall. This recall affects the Ram 2500, 3500, and 4500 models, and it is due to a risk of the suspension system failing during driving. To fix this, dealers are replacing the affected suspension components with an updated, improved part.

By staying up-to-date on the various safety recalls of 2021 Ram models, you can ensure that your vehicle is safe and up-to-date. This is especially important if you have recently bought or leased a new 2021 Ram.

Be sure to contact your Ram dealer if you’re not sure if your vehicle is part of any of the safety recalls or when it is time to bring your vehicle in for the recall repairs. You can also visit the NHTSA website to find out if your 2021 Ram is part of any safety recalls and what the associated solution is.

Additionally, it may be possible to check if your 2021 Ram has any safety recalls without visiting a dealership. Some manufacturers offer an “infotainment” system in which you can check for safety recalls directly from your car’s dashboard.

Finally, if you’re considering buying a pre-owned 2021 Ram, it’s important to ask about any safety recalls. They can affect both current and previous owners of a particular model, so you’ll want to make sure you know about any recalls that might affect your purchase.

Ultimately, safety is the number one priority when it comes to vehicles. By keeping up-to-date on recalls, you can ensure that your 2021 Ram stays safe and reliable. With this knowledge, you can drive safely and confidently, knowing that you are backed by the latest safety resources.

What are the safety features of the 2021 Ram recall models?

The 2021 Ram Recall models feature several safety features, including:

1. Enhanced Forward Collision Warning System with Emergency Brake Assist: This system helps to alert you when it detects an imminent collision and can apply brakes automatically in order to avoid or mitigate a crash.

2. Blind Spot Monitoring System: This system uses sensors to alert you when another vehicle is in your blind spot.

3. Adaptive Cruise Control: This system uses cruise control to maintain a set distance between your vehicle and the one ahead of you.

4. Lane Departure Warning System: This system warns you when your vehicle moves out of its lane without using the turn signal or when you move out of the lane too quickly.

5. ParkSense with Rear Park Assist: This system uses ultrasonic sensors to detect objects behind you and notify you of their presence.

6. Rear Cross Path Detection System: This system warns you when it detects traffic at a cross-section from either side.

7. Automatic High Beam Headlamp Control: This system automatically switches between high and low beams to improve visibility at night.

8. Automatic Emergency Braking System: This system alerts you when it detects an impending crash and can apply the brakes automatically if necessary.


By Jayson O'Neil

Jayson is a car-o-holic, and you will often find him writing about cars & bikes here at DaxStreet. You can reach out to him at Jay@daxstreet.com

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