2018 RAM 2500 recalled to fix software glitch

Software issue grounds more than 30 RAM pick-ups

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A small number of current model RAM 2500 trucks are being recalled.

Confirmed this afternoon, the recall is being overseen by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) and involves just 33 2018 model RAM 2500 pick-ups.

Related: Transmission issue sparks RAM Trucks recall

Is your RAM involved? Check your VIN here.

The ACCC Recall Notice advises that on the affected vehicles (all equipped with a 12-pin trailer plug), incorrect software for the Trailer Brake Module (TBM) may be installed.

What are the hazards?

Incorrect software may render the tail lights inoperative on the trailer, posing an accident risk for the vehicle occupants and/or other road users.

What should owners do?

Owners of affected vehicles will be notified by mail and are advised to contact their local authorised RAM Truck dealer who will inspect and rectify the vehicle.

Further info is also available by phoning 1800 649 607 or the Ram Trucks/American Special Vehicles website.

Related: 2018 RAM 1500 to land mid-year

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