After three fatalities, Dodge and Chrysler issue a warning to owners to stop driving these popular vehicles.

Four models with Takata airbags have four owners who have received a stop-drive order from AAA.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, three fatalities involving vehicles with malfunctioning airbags happened in the previous seven months.
According to Stellantis, the Dodge Magnum, Challenger, Charger, and Chrysler 300 sedan models from 2005 to 2010 are all affected.
The advisory pertains to over 276,000 automobiles that have not yet been fixed.

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According to Stellantis, it has urged owners to have the airbags replaced with more than 210 million physical and digital messages.

To find out if their vehicle is at risk, owners of the models should call 833-585-0144 or verify their vehicle identification numbers at mopar.com/recalls , checktoprotect.org , or nhtsa.gov/recalls .

The likelihood of an airbag rupture increases the longer certain specific vehicles go without repairs, according to Stellantis.
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In the U.S., the car industry has recalled at least 67 million airbag inflators, but many of them have not yet been fixed, and at least 23 of them have been connected to fatalities here alone.

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