Chrysler recalls 120,000 US vehicles to correct anti-lock brake problem


CHICAGO — Chrysler will recall nearly 120,000 vehicles in the United States to fix an electrical problem with the anti-lock brake and stability control, safety regulators said Monday. The automaker found that the power distribution center in certain Dodge Charger or Chrysler 300 vehicles can overheat and blow a fuse.

If the fuse blows, the vehicle could lose its anti-lock brake and stability control system. “This could lead to loss of vehicle control, increasing the risk of a crash,” Chrysler said in a submission to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.