More than 69,000 Dodge Chargers and Chrysler 300s were recalled after finding the front driveshaft may loosen causing the bolts to disconnect and vehicles to lose motive power, according to the National Highway Safety Administration.
The model recall includes 2014-2017 Dodge Chargers and the Chrysler 300. The loss in motive power can increase the risk of a crash.
According to the National Highway Safety Administration report, drivers may experience excessive noise and vibration in the vehicle prior to a failure.
The car maker will begin to notify owners on March 31, and dealers will replace the popshaft bolts on the vehicles.
For more information visit the National Highway Safety Administration.