Chrysler Group is recalling 14,800 2013 Dodge Darts due to a potential stalling issue.
The recall was prompted by internal testing that found a Dart that had been parked in a 20 degree F chamber for eight hours stalled moments after it was started up. Dealers reported similar incidents to the company. As a result, Chrysler plans to recalibrate affected cars' powertrain control modules at no cost to customers, according to a Chrysler press release.
The recall includes 2013 Dodge Dart models equipped with a 1.4-liter engine and a dual-clutch transmission.
Customers with questions can call 1-800-853-1403.

12 biggest auto recalls

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Over 2 million more vehicles were added to official lists of models being recalled because of potentially dangerous airbags made by Japanese manufacturer Takata. The recall now totals about 36 million vehicles worldwide. Take a look at the biggest auto recalls in history.

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Takata is nearly doubling the size of its already massive recall for faulty airbags, according to a government source. The move makes it the largest auto recall in history, with about 34 million vehicles affected.