Editor's note: An earlier version of this report misstated the model years of the affected Dodge Durangos. It has been corrected.
DETROIT -- Fiat Chrysler Automobiles said today it will recall about 467,500 SUVs globally in order to fix a fuel-pump issue that could cause engine stall.
The automaker said it is not aware of any crashes or injuries linked to this issue. Affected vehicles are the Dodge Durango from the 2012 and 2013 model years and the Jeep Grand Cherokee diesel versions from 2011 model year sold outside North America.
Meanwhile, Fiat Chrysler also said it is recalling some 2015 models of the Chrysler 200 for issues that may prevent vehicles from shifting into park.
The recall comes after five reports that customers’ vehicles were at risk of rolling after they could not shift into the park position.
The callback affects Chrysler 200 models with a six-cylinder engine. There are about 22,107 in the U.S., 3,600 in Canada and 213 in Mexico, Fiat Chrysler said.
The automaker is unaware of related injuries or accidents.
Dealers will inspect potentially affected vehicles and replace transmissions free of charge. In the meantime, the automaker is advising customers to activate the parking brake before turning off the engine, a statement said.
Reuters and Hannah Lutz contributed to this report.
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