Stellantis will idle its minivan plant in Windsor, Ontario, until the end of April, due to the global microchip shortage.
Production is scheduled to resume May 3, the automaker said.
The Chrysler Pacifica, Voyager, Grand Caravan and Pacifica Hybrid minivans are all built at the Windsor Assembly Plant.
“Stellantis continues to work closely with our suppliers to mitigate the manufacturing impacts caused by the various supply chain issues facing our industry,” the automaker said in a statement.
The Brampton, Ontario, Assembly Plant -- where the Chrysler 300, Dodge Challenger and Dodge Charger are assembled -- resumes production April 19.
Both plants have been down for two weeks.
The automaker also said Friday that the chip shortage forced it to idle its assembly plants in Belvidere, Ill., and Toluca, Mexico, through the rest of April and its Warren, Mich., truck plant through the end of May.
The company said the upscale Jeep Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer SUVs, which are built at Warren Truck, are still on track for their summer launches.
AutoForecast Solutions said earlier this week that the production of 635,000 vehicles in North America has been lost to the chip shortage with a projected total of 831,000 to be lost this year.
Reuters and Vince Bond Jr. of Automotive News contributed to this report.