Safety Recall Y47 – Windshield Adhesion – 2020-2021 Dodge Challenger, Dodge Charger, & Chrysler 300

July 8, 2021 NHTSA CAMPAIGN NUMBER: 21V516000

Inadequate Windshield Bonding/FMVSS 212

A windshield that separates from the vehicle during a crash can increase the risk of injury.

 

NHTSA Campaign Number: 21V516

Manufacturer Chrysler (FCA US, LLC)

Components VISIBILITY

Potential Number of Units Affected 21,258

 

Summary

Chrysler (FCA US, LLC) is recalling certain 2020-2021 Dodge Challenger, Dodge Charger, and Chrysler 300 vehicles. During manufacturing, the windshield may not have been properly bonded to the vehicle, allowing it to detach in a crash. As such, these vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard number 212, “Windshield Mounting.”

 

Remedy

Dealers will remove and replace the front windshield urethane sealant, free of charge. Owner notification letters were mailed on August 31, 2021. Owners may contact FCA US LLC customer service at 1-800-853-1403. FCA US LLC’s number for this recall is Y47.

 

Notes

Owners may also contact the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY 1-800-424-9153), or go to www.nhtsa.gov.

 

Check if your Vehicle has a Recall

 


New Safety Recall Advanced Communication – Y47

 

FCA US LLC (FCA US) has announced a safety recall on certain 2020 and 2021 Model Year (LX) Chrysler 300, (LA) Dodge Challenger and (LD) Dodge Chargers.  

 

VINs identified as being involved in this campaign are currently live and searchable. Stop sale is in effect for the above-identified vehicles.

 

Vehicles impacted by a stop sale are eligible for reimbursement allowance through the Recall Floorplan Reimbursement Policy (RFPRP), which can be requested upon recall claim submission.

 

IMPORTANT:  Some of the involved vehicles may be in dealer new vehicle inventory.  Federal law requires you to complete this recall service on these vehicles before retail delivery.  Violation of this requirement by a dealer could result in a civil penalty of up to $21,000 per vehicle.  Involved vehicles can be determined by using the VIP inquiry process.

 

REASON FOR THIS SAFETY RECALL

Some of the above vehicles may have been built with non-conforming paint clear coat which may lead to inadequate front windshield adhesion to the vehicle body. A windshield that is not adequately retained to the vehicle in a crash may increase the risk of injury to the occupants.

 

The condition described above does not comply with Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) No. 49 CFR 571.212 S5 states that, “When the vehicle travelling longitudinally forward […] impacts a fixed collision barrier that is perpendicular to the line of travel of the vehicle […] the windshield mounting of the vehicle shall retain not less than the minimum portion of the windshield periphery specified in S5.1 and S5.2.” 49 CFR 571.212 S5.1 states that vehicles “shall retain not less than 50 percent of the portion of the windshield periphery on each side of the vehicle longitudinal centerline.” Vehicles built with non-conforming clear coat may not retain the windshield as required.

 

SERVICE ACTION

FCA US will conduct a voluntary safety recall to remove and replace the front windshield urethane sealant. The remedy for this condition is not currently available.  Dealers will be notified of the launch of this safety recall by way of established communication methods.  This recall is estimated to launch in 3rd Quarter of 2021.

 


Revision 1 September 2021

Dealer Service Instructions for:

Safety Recall Y47 / NHTSA 21V-516 Windshield Adhesion

 

NOTE: The NOTE in the Completion Reporting and Reimbursement section has been updated.

 

Remedy Available

2020-2021 (LX) Chrysler 300
2020-2021 (LD) Dodge Charger
2020-2021 (LA) Dodge Challenger

 

IMPORTANT:  Some of the involved vehicles may be in dealer new vehicle inventory.  Federal law requires you to complete this recall service on these vehicles before retail delivery. Dealers should also consider this requirement toapply to used vehicle inventory and should perform this recall on vehicles in for service.  Involved vehicles can be determined by using the VIP inquiry process.

 

Subject

The clear coat paint on about 22,100 of the above vehicles may be non-conforming which may lead to inadequate front windshield adhesion to the vehicle body. A windshield that is not adequately retained to the vehicle in a crash may increase the risk of injury to the occupants.

The condition described above does not comply with Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) No. 49 CFR 571.212 S5 states that, “When the vehicle travelling longitudinally forward […] impacts a fixed collision barrier that is perpendicular to the line of travel of the vehicle […] the windshield mounting of the vehicle shall retain not less than the minimum portion of the windshield periphery specified in S5.1 and S5.2.” 49 CFR 571.212 S5.1 states that vehicles “shall retain not less than 50 percent of the portion of the windshield periphery on each side of the vehicle longitudinal centerline.” Vehicles built with nonconforming clear coat may not retain the windshield as required.

 

Repair

Remove and replace the front windshield urethane sealant.

 

Alternate Transportation

Dealers should attempt to minimize customer inconvenience by placing the owner in a loaner vehicle if inspection determines that windshield remove and reinstallation is required and the vehicle must be held overnight.

 

Parts Information

Part Number Qty. Description
68253419AB 1 Windshield, Challenger, VIN specific (as needed)
68253430AA 1 Windshield, Challenger, VIN specific (as needed)
68269875AA 1 Windshield, Charger & 300, VIN specific (as needed)
68269889AA 1 Windshield, Charger & 300, VIN specific (as needed)
68269894AA 1 Windshield, 300, VIN specific (as needed)
68269895AA 1 Windshield, Charger, VIN specific (as needed)
68493755AB 1 Windshield, Charger & 300, VIN specific (as needed)
68044586AA 2 Windshield Spacer
68224945AA 1 Rain Sensor Gel Pack, with Sales Code JHC (as needed)
68590469AA 1 Windshield Lace Molding, Challenger
68590476AA 1 Windshield Lace Molding, Charger & 300

 

Parts Return

No parts return required for this campaign.

 

Special Tools

The following special tools are required to perform this repair:

➢ NPN wiTECH MicroPod II
➢ NPN Laptop Computer
➢ NPN wiTECH Software

 

Service Procedure

Remove Trim

NOTE:  

  • Urethane adhesives are applied as a system. Use glass cleaner, glass prep solvent, glass primer, PVC (vinyl) primer and pinch weld (fence) primer provided by the adhesive manufacturer. If not, structural integrity could be compromised.
  • FCA US LLC does not recommend glass adhesive by brand. Technicians should review product labels and technical data sheets, and use only adhesives that their manufactures warrant will restore a vehicle to the requirements of FMVSS 212. Technicians should also insure that primers and cleaners are compatible with the particular adhesive used.
  • Be sure to refer to the urethane manufacturer’s directions for curing time specifications, and do not use adhesive after its expiration date.

 

  1. Partially lower the windows.

 

  1. Disconnect and isolate the negative battery cable. If equipped with an Intelligent Battery Sensor (IBS), disconnect the IBS connector first before disconnecting the negative battery cable.

 

  1. Using a small flat bladed tool, release the clips (2) on each side of the upper mirror trim (1) and rotate the upper mirror trim downward to remove (Figure 1). Challenger shown, Charger and 300 similar.

 

  1. Using a small flat bladed tool, release the tabs (2) and lower the lower mirror trim and remove (Figure 2). Challenger shown, Charger and 300 similar.

 

  1. The lower mirror trim (2) is shown removed, pry tab(s) (1) outward to release (Figure 3).

 

  1. Disconnect the wire harness connector (2) from the mirror (Figure 4). Challenger shown, Charger and 300 similar.

 

  1. Disconnect the wire harness connector (1) from the connector receptacle for the Light Rain Sensor Module (LRSM) (6), using care not to dislodge the sensor from the glass, if equipped (Figure 5).

 

  1. Remove the forward facing camera, if equipped (Charger and 300) (Figure 6).

 

NOTE: Use care when removing the humidity sensor. The humidity sensor bracket cannot be serviced separately from the windshield. If the sensor bracket becomes damaged, the windshield will need to be replaced.

 

  1. Disconnect the wire harness connector (1) from the humidity sensor, if equipped (Figure 7).

 

  1. Grasp the mirror (1) by the base and rotate it clockwise approximately 90 degrees and remove (Figure 4). Challenger shown, Charger and 300 similar.

 

  1. By hand, pull at the top of the Apillar trim panel (1) and release it from the body. Do not remove the A-pillar trim (Figure 8).

 

  1. Pull the A-pillar trim panel upward to separate it from the instrument panel.

 

  1. Using a flat bladed tool (2), press the tab to disengage the tether (1) and slide it out of A-pillar trim panel (3) (Figure 9).

 

  1. Open the hood.

 

  1. Lift the wiper arm and blade (3) to its over-center position to hold the wiper blade from the glass and relieve the spring tension on the wiper arm to pivot shaft connection (Figure 10).

 

  1. Carefully pry the plastic nut cap (1) from the nut (2) on the pivot end of the wiper arm (Figure 10).

 

  1. Remove the nut (2) that secures the wiper arm to the wiper pivot shaft  (Figure 10).

 

  1. If necessary, use a suitable battery terminal puller (3) to disengage the wiper arm (1) from the wiper pivot shaft (2) (Figure 11).

 

  1. Remove the wiper arm pivot end from the wiper pivot shaft.

 

  1. Remove the cowl panel cover fastener and the cowl top panel (Challenger) (Figure 12).

 

  1. Rotate the seal 90 degrees to access cowl panel fastener (Challenger) (Figure 13).

 

  1. Remove the barbed fasteners (2) from the corner on each side of the cowl panel cover to the fender (Challenger) (Figure 14).

 

  1. Remove the fasteners from the corners on each side of the cowl panel cover to the fender (Charger and 300) (Figure 15).

 

  1. Disengage the two 1/4-turn fasteners (3) that secure the cowl panel cover (1) to the dash panel (5) (Challenger) (Figure 14).

 

  1. Remove the fir tree fasteners (4) (quantity of eight on Challenger, nine on Charger and 300) that secure the cowl panel cover (1) to the dash panel (5) (Figure 14).

 

  1. Release the retaining clips and remove the cowl top panel (1) (Figure 14).

 

Remove Windshield

CAUTION:  To reduce the chances of windshield breakage, the use of a rotating wire windshield removal tool is required (Figure 16).

 

CAUTION:  Be careful not to damage painted surfaces when removing moldings or cutting urethane around the windshield.

 

CAUTION:  Protect all painted and trimmed surfaces from coming in contact with urethane or primers.

 

  1. Close the hood. With a grease pencil or tape, mark the location of the windshield to the body. Using a rotating wire glass extraction tool or equivalent, cut and separate the urethane adhesive securing the windshield to the windshield fence. Make sure that the wire is under the lace molding (Figure 17).

 

  1. Using appropriate tools, carefully remove the windshield from the vehicle (Figure 18).

 

Prepare Body and Windshield

CAUTION:  To help prevent water leaks, partially roll down the left and right door glass before installing the windshield. This avoids pressurizing the passenger compartment if a door is slammed before the urethane is cured.

 

  1. Examine the removed glass. If there is no damage, it is to be reused. The lace molding can be replaced separately.

 

NOTE: Mark the end locations of the lace molding on the glass on both sides. The old lace molding can be removed along with the old urethane.

 

  1. Remove the lace molding from the edge of the windshield. Usually it will pull right off, but if it is embedded too     deeply in the urethane, the use of a razor cutting tool may be helpful (Figure 19).

 

  1. Remove any remaining adhesive from the old lace molding (Figure 20).

 

  1. Clean the edge of the glass where the lace molding adheres with isopropyl alcohol (Figure 21).

 

  1. Remove the original urethane, leaving 1mm of thickness on the glass surface using a razor cutting tool. It is easiest to start the removal at a corner of the windshield (Figures 22-24).

 

  1. Place tape over the VIN tag. Cover the dash pad, interior, and the edge of the headliner, and tape off the windshield fence on the body surrounding the urethane bead (Figure 25).

 

  1. Starting in a convenient spot, use a razor knife to cut across the urethane bead down to, but not through, the painted surface. Lift the cut edge of the bead with a scraper, and pull the urethane bead from the body by hand. If the bead breaks, begin again with procedure above until all of the urethane is removed from the body (Figure 26).

 

  1. Remove any damaged adhesive backed spacers.

 

  1. Use a 180-240 grit ScotchBrite 3M Roloc disk to remove any remaining urethane that could not be removed in step 36 (Figure 27).

 

  1. Using 180 grit sandpaper, scuff the windshield flange. Do not remove the clear coat or paint. This will provide a better bite for the new bead of urethane. Do not sand the other fence surfaces, but only those that will receive a bead of urethane.

 

  1. Clean the windshield flange of loose debris.

 

  1. Install new spacers as required (Challenger shown, Charger and 300 similar) (Figure 28).

 

  1. Install a new lace molding along the outside edge of the windshield, assuring that the ends of the new molding match the marks made on the original glass during removal.

 

Install Windshield

WARNING:  Do not use solvent based glass cleaners to clean the windshield before applying glass prep and primer or poor glass adhesion may result.

 

  1. Clean the inside of the windshield with an ammonia based glass cleaner and a lint-free cloth.

 

NOTE: Always use matching brand chemical products for windshield replacements. Do not mix brands.

 

NOTE: Always follow the manufacturer’s agitation requirements prior to application.

 

NOTE: The following steps for priming the glass apply to NEW windshield installations only.

 

  1. If installing a NEW windshield, using a single step primer like Sika Primer 207, Betaprime 5504g, or equivalent, apply glass primer 25 mm (1 in) wide (1) around the perimeter of the windshield (2) and 5 mm (0.2 in) from the edge of the glass. Allow at least three minutes drying time (Figure 29).

 

  1. Using a flashlight, verify that the primer is completely and evenly Figure 29 – Primer installed along the perimeter of the windshield.

 

  1. Re-prime any area that is not fully and evenly primed.

 

  1. Clean the windshield fence with isopropyl alcohol and a lint-free cloth.

 

NOTE: Sika Primer 207 requires Sika Aktivator Pro and Betaprime 5504g requires two coats of product when used on the metal body flange.

 

  1. Using a single step primer like Sika Primer 207, Betaprime 5504g or equivalent, apply pinch weld primer to the entire bonding flange (1) around the windshield fence (2). Allow at least three minutes drying time (Figure 30).

 

  1. If using Betaprime 5504g, apply a second coat.

 

  1. Using a flashlight, verify that the Figure 30 Pinchweld Primer primer is completely and evenly installed along the windshield fence.

 

  1. Remove windshield opening and dash coverings and tape.

 

CAUTION:  Always apply the bead of adhesive to the windshield. Always install the windshield within 5 minutes after applying the adhesive.

 

  1. Using Sikatack Mach 30, (Sikatack Safe 30 if Safelite is performing the installation), Betaseal Xpress 30, or equivalent,   apply approximately a 7 mm (0.275 in) wide by 13mm (0.511 in) high bead of adhesive (1) with a triangular nozzle approximately 6 mm (0.230 in) from the edge of the glass starting at the bottom center of the windshield (Figure 31).  

 

  1. Run the end of the adhesive bead on the windshield parallel to the start of the bead and smooth the ends flush.

 

  1. Using an assistant, position the windshield over the windshield opening.

 

  1. Using the grease pencil marks or tape as reference points, align the windshield to the windshield opening.

 

  1. Carefully lower the windshield into the windshield opening. Guide the windshield and the lace molding into its proper location.

 

CAUTION:  It is not possible to move the windshield after installation. The windshield should never be pressed into place by more than one person, because the windshield can break if pressed simultaneously on both sides.

 

  1. Push the windshield inward until the windshield comes into contact with the retainers located on the windshield fence.

 

Install Trim

  1. Open the hood. Position the cowl cover panel (1) and engage the retainer clips (Figure 14).

 

  1. Install the fir tree fasteners (4) (quantity of eight on Challenger, nine on Charger and 300) that secure the cowl panel cover (1) to the dash panel (5) (Figure 14).

 

  1. Secure the two 1/4-turn fasteners (3) that secure the cowl panel cover (1) to the dash panel (5) (Challenger) (Figure 14).

 

  1. Install the fasteners (2) in the corners on each side (Charger and 300) (Figure 15).

 

  1. Install the fasteners from the corners on each side of the cowl panel cover to the fender (Charger and 300) (Figure 15).

 

  1. Install the barbed fasteners (2) to the corner on each side of the cowl panel cover to the fender (Challenger) (Figure 14).

 

  1. Rotate the seal 90 degrees to cover cowl panel fastener (Challenger) (Figure 13).

 

  1. Install the cowl panel cover fastener and the right side seal (Challenger) (Figure 12).

 

NOTE:  Be certain that the wiper motor is in the park position before attempting to install the wiper arms. Transition the ignition switch to the On status and move the multifunction switch control knob to turn the wiper motor On, then turn it back to the Off position. Wait until the wiper pivot shafts stop moving, then transition the ignition switch back to the Off status. The wiper motor is now in the park position.

 

NOTE:  The right and left wiper arms are not interchangeable. The right wiper arm pivot end is identified with a letter P (Passenger) and the left is identified with a letter D (Driver). Be certain that each wiper arm is installed on the proper wiper pivot.

 

  1. The wiper arm and blade (3) must be indexed to the pivot shaft with the wiper motor in the park position to be properly installed. Loosely position the wiper arm pivot end onto the wiper pivot shaft so that the wiper blade is aligned with the appropriate wiper alignment line, which is a mark located just below the upper margin of the lower windshield blackout area (Figure 10).

 

  1. Once the wiper blade is aligned, push the pivot end of the arm down firmly and evenly over the pivot shaft until it is fully engaged.

 

  1. Install and tighten the nut (2) that secures the wiper arm to the pivot shaft. Tighten the nut to 24 N·m (18 ft. lbs.) (Figure 10).

 

  1. Wet the windshield glass, then operate the wipers. Turn the wiper switch to the Off position, then check for correct wiper blade alignment and readjust as required.

 

  1. Install the plastic nut cap (1) onto the wiper arm mounting nut (Figure 10).

 

  1. Close the hood.

 

  1. Seat the tether (1) by sliding it into the A-pillar trim panel (3) (Figure 9).

 

  1. Place the A-pillar trim panel in position to the instrument panel and push downward (Figure 8).

 

  1. Push at the top of the A-pillar trim panel (1) and attach it to the body (Figure 8).

 

  1. Place the rear view mirror (1) onto the mirror button (Challenger shown, Charger and 300 similar) (Figure 4).

 

NOTE:  The mirror must be fully seated onto the button before rotating.

 

  1. Grasp the mirror by the base and rotate it approximately 90 degrees counterclockwise until the mirror locks into place. DO NOT touch the lens (Figure 4).

 

NOTE: Use care when installing the humidity sensor and connector. The humidity sensor bracket cannot be serviced separately from the windshield. If the sensor bracket becomes damaged, the windshield will need to be replaced.

 

  1. Is the original windshield being reused?
    • Yes, see step 79.
    • No, see step 77.

 

  1. When installing a new windshield, transfer the humidity sensor from the original windshield. Using a small screwdriver or similar tool, carefully disengage the metal retaining clip (3) from the sensor bracket (2) and remove the humidity sensor (4) and the clip as an assembly (Figure 7).

 

  1. Carefully engage the metal retaining clip (3) to the sensor bracket (2) and install the humidity sensor (4) and the clip as an assembly on the new windshield (Figure 7).

 

  1. Connect the wire harness connector (1) to the humidity sensor (Figure 7).

 

  1. Install the forward facing camera, if equipped (Charger and 300) (Figure 6).

 

  1. Connect the wire harness connector (2) (Figure 4).

 

CAUTION:  The Light Rain Sensor Module (LRSM) is equipped with a clear, silicone gelatin (SilGel) adhesive membrane that serves as an optical coupler between the sensor and the windshield glass. Extreme care must be exercised to protect this membrane from contamination before it is installed in the vehicle. The LRSM should always be serviced only in a dust-free environment. Do not touch the membrane with your fingers or tools. The membrane should only come into contact with the clean and dry inside surface of the glass within the mounting bracket bonded to the windshield. If contaminated, clean any foreign material from the windshield glass using rubbing alcohol and a lint-free cloth. A contaminated SilGel membrane will negatively impact LRSM performance.

 

CAUTION:  When installing the Light Rain Sensor Module (LRSM) it is necessary to minimize air pockets trapped between the SilGel membrane and the windshield glass. Excessive air pockets will negatively impact LRSM performance. It is important to adhere to the procedure steps in a deliberate manner to achieve satisfactory results.

 

CAUTION:  To avoid excessive air pockets, do not try to install the spring steel retaining strap until AFTER the Light Rain Sensor Module (LRSM) has been successfully positioned to the glass within the mounting bracket bonded to the windshield.

 

  1. Is the original windshield being reused?
    • Yes, see step 97.
    • No, see step 83.

 

  1. When reusing the original LRSM on a new windshield, the silicone gelatin (SilGel) adhesive membrane pad MUST be removed, discarded and replaced with a new unit.

 

  1. Carefully peel   away the old silicone gelatin adhesive membrane pad (2) from the windshield (optics) side of the LRSM (1) (Figure 32).

 

  1. Thoroughly clean the windshield (optics) side of the LRSM using isopropyl alcohol and a clean, lint-free cloth.

 

  1. Using care not to contaminate, touch or damage the replacement pad, peel off the yellow protective foil on the new membrane.

 

  1. Looking through the transparent protective film (1), align and center the replacement pad (2) over the windshield (optics) side of the LRSM. Then use a slow, smooth and deliberate motion to roll the pad on the windshield (optics) side of the LRSM (Figure 33).

 

  1. With the transparent protective film still in place, use a thumb and a firm wiping motion to press the entire surface pad against the windshield (optics) side of the LRSM.

 

  1. To avoid contamination or damage of the replacement pad, do not remove the transparent protective film until just before installing the LRSM to the windshield.

 

  1. Grasp the LRSM (2) by the connector receptacle between your thumb and middle finger. Place your index finger on the back of the LRSM at the point opposite the connector receptacle (Figure 34).

 

  1. Align the LRSM with the mounting bracket (1) bonded onto the inside of the windshield glass near the inside rear view mirror mounting button (Figure 34).

 

  1. Slowly insert the LRSM into the mounting bracket at a slight angle so that the edge of the module nearest the tip of your index finger makes the initial contact with the windshield glass (Figure 34).

 

  1. Using a slow, deliberate motion and light pressure, draw your index finger across the back of the LRSM toward the connector receptacle until the SilGel adhesive membrane pad is in full contact with the windshield glass.

 

  1. Engage one side of the spring steel retaining strap (5) into the groove on one side of the LRSM mounting bracket (4) on the inside of the windshield glass (2) (Figure 5).

 

  1. Depress the opposite side of the retaining strap over the LRSM firmly and evenly until it fully engages the groove of the mounting bracket with an audible click.

 

  1. Looking through the windshield from outside the vehicle, inspect the SilGel adhesive membrane pad for air pockets. If air pockets are observed, let the vehicle stand for about four hours at room temperature to allow the air pockets to dissipate. If an adhesive void (air pocket) greater than about 1 millimeter (0.04 inch) is observed, replace the flawed SilGel adhesive membrane pad with a new unit.

 

  1. Connect the wire harness connector (1) to the LRSM connector receptacle (6) (Figure 5).

 

  1. Install the lower mirror trim (1) from the bottom. Make sure the tab(s) (2) engage fully (Challenger shown, Charger and 300 similar) (Figures 2 and 3).

 

  1. Insert the bottom of the upper mirror trim (1) and rotate upward to engage the tabs (2) (Challenger shown, Charger and 300 similar) (Figure 1).

 

  1. Connect the negative battery cable. If equipped with an IBS, connect the IBS connector.

 

  1. If equipped with a forward facing camera (sales code LMS), connect the wiTech 2 and start the vehicle (Charger and 300).

 

  1. Navigate to the “Misc Functions” menu under the FFCM and select the drive calibration routine.

 

  1. The screen will now prompt you to drive the vehicle for calibration. The vehicle needs to be driven at speeds of 65 km/h (40 mph) and in the straightest road condition possible. You need a lane with lines (dashed or solid) on both sides of the vehicle. This averages to roughly ten minutes of drive time, terrain permitting.

 

  1. After the FFCM learns the calibration the scan tool FFCM view will show calibrated.

 

  1. Service calibration Diagnostic Trouble Codes (DTCs) should be in the stored status at this point. Erase the FFCM DTCs.

 


 

 


6 Affected Products

Vehicles

MAKE MODEL YEAR
CHRYSLER 300 2020-2021
DODGE CHALLENGER 2020-2021
DODGE CHARGER 2020-2021

 


13 Associated Documents

Noncompliance Notice 573 Report

RCLRPT-21V516-3328.PDF 215.81KB

RCLRPT-21V516-3328

 


Recall Acknowledgement

RCAK-21V516-3376.pdf 645.769KB

RCAK-21V516-3376

 


Manufacturer Notices(to Dealers,etc) – NSRAC re FCA US LLC (FCA US) has announced a safety recall on certain 2020 and 2021 Model Year (LX) Chrysler 300, (LA) Dodge Challenger and (LD) Dodge Chargers

RCMN-21V516-9158.pdf 101.882KB

RCMN-21V516-9158

 


Manufacturer Notices(to Dealers,etc) – Dealer Notification re New Safety Recall Advanced Communication Y47 FCA US LLC (FCA US) has announced a safety recall on certain 2020 and 2021 Model Year (LX) Chrysler 300, (LA) Dodge Challenger and (LD) Dodge Chargers.

RCMN-21V516-2984.pdf 98.643KB

RCMN-21V516-2984

 


Recall Quarterly Report #1, 2021-3

RCLQRT-21V516-5554.PDF 211.156KB

RCLQRT-21V516-5554

 


ISSUED Owner Notification Letter(Part 577)

RCONL-21V516-2487.pdf 58.406KB

RCONL-21V516-2487

 


Miscellaneous Document – Owner Email Blast

RMISC-21V516-0861.pdf 168.929KB

RMISC-21V516-0861

 


Remedy Instructions and TSB

RCRIT-21V516-0866.pdf 1428.098KB

RCRIT-21V516-0866

 


Remedy Instructions and TSB

RCRIT-21V516-7855.pdf 1427.845KB

RCRIT-21V516-7855

 


ISSUED Renotification Notice

RCRN-21V516-0376.pdf 772.398KB

RCRN-21V516-0376

 


Recall Quarterly Report #2, 2021-4

RCLQRT-21V516-1390.PDF 211.26KB

RCLQRT-21V516-1390

 


Miscellaneous Document – Email Blast re Details of the Recall

RMISC-21V516-7332.pdf 166.185KB

RMISC-21V516-7332

 


Renotification Notice

RCRN-21V516-1000.pdf 1537.491KB

RCRN-21V516-1000

 


Latest Recalls Documents

https://www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/acms/cs/documentList.xhtml?docId=21V516&docType=RCL

 


 

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  • High-velocity
  • Non-conductive
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Auto Glass Sealant Windshield Urethane Glue Sikaflex P2G Primerless Adhesive x 4
  • 6 Hour SDAT
  • One Component
  • Short Cut-Off String
  • High Viscosity
  • This listing include 4 tube of Sikaflex P2g
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Permatex 81158 Black Silicone Adhesive Sealant, 3 oz. Tube, Pack of 1
  • Sensor-Safe, General Purpose Black Rtv Indoor/Outdoor Sealant
  • Seals, Bonds, Repairs, Mends And Secures Glass, Metal, Plastics, Fabric, Vinyl, Weather Stripping And Vinyl Tops
  • Waterproof And Flexible; Resists Water, Weather, And Vibration. Note: Surfaces Being Bonded May Need Clamping For 1 Hour Or Until Silicone Is Firm
  • Temperature Range: -75°F To 450°F (-59°C To 232°C)

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