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Fiat 500E (2013) – 15V179000

Vehicle recall defect – Chrysler (FCA Us Llc) Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2013-2015 Fiat 500 Ev Vehicles Manufactured March 27, 2012, To November 1, 2014. If The Vehicle Goes In To Limp Home Mode, Incompatible Software Between Electric Vehicle Control Unit (Evcu) And Battery Pack Control Module (Bpcm) May Cause The Electric Propulsion System To Fully Shut Down.


Fiat 500E (2013) – 14V235000

Vehicle recall defect – Chrysler Group, Llc (Chrysler) Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2013-2014 Fiat 500E Battery Electric Vehicles (Bev) Vehicles Manufactured September 24, 2012, Through April 4, 2014. The Affected Vehicles Have Cooling Plates For The Power Inverter Module (Pim) That May Leak Coolant Into Areas Of The High Voltage Circuitry, Resulting A Short Circuit That Could Cause The Related Service Fuse To Blow.


Fiat 500E (2013) – 13V358000

Vehicle recall defect – Chrysler Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2013 Fiat 500E Electric Vehicles Manufactured December 16, 2012, Through August 13, 2013. The Half Shaft Joints May Loosen And Separate Causing Noise And A Loss Of Driving Capability.


Fiat 500E (2013) – 16V303000

Vehicle recall defect – Chrysler (FCA Us Llc) Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2013-2016 Fiat 500E Vehicles Manufactured March 22, 2012, To January 29, 2016. The Power Inverter Module (Pim) May Experience Voltage Spikes Which Can Cause The Propulsion System To Shut Down And Loss Of Motive Power.


Fiat 500E (2016) – 16V303000

Vehicle recall defect – Chrysler (FCA Us Llc) Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2013-2016 Fiat 500E Vehicles Manufactured March 22, 2012, To January 29, 2016. The Power Inverter Module (Pim) May Experience Voltage Spikes Which Can Cause The Propulsion System To Shut Down And Loss Of Motive Power.


Fiat 500E (2015) – 16V303000

Vehicle recall defect – Chrysler (FCA Us Llc) Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2013-2016 Fiat 500E Vehicles Manufactured March 22, 2012, To January 29, 2016. The Power Inverter Module (Pim) May Experience Voltage Spikes Which Can Cause The Propulsion System To Shut Down And Loss Of Motive Power.


Fiat 500E (2015) – 15V179000

Vehicle recall defect – Chrysler (FCA Us Llc) Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2013-2015 Fiat 500 Ev Vehicles Manufactured March 27, 2012, To November 1, 2014. If The Vehicle Goes In To Limp Home Mode, Incompatible Software Between Electric Vehicle Control Unit (Evcu) And Battery Pack Control Module (Bpcm) May Cause The Electric Propulsion System To Fully Shut Down.


Fiat 500E (2014) – 16V303000

Vehicle recall defect – Chrysler (FCA Us Llc) Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2013-2016 Fiat 500E Vehicles Manufactured March 22, 2012, To January 29, 2016. The Power Inverter Module (Pim) May Experience Voltage Spikes Which Can Cause The Propulsion System To Shut Down And Loss Of Motive Power.


Fiat 500E (2014) – 15V179000

Vehicle recall defect – Chrysler (FCA Us Llc) Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2013-2015 Fiat 500 Ev Vehicles Manufactured March 27, 2012, To November 1, 2014. If The Vehicle Goes In To Limp Home Mode, Incompatible Software Between Electric Vehicle Control Unit (Evcu) And Battery Pack Control Module (Bpcm) May Cause The Electric Propulsion System To Fully Shut Down.


Fiat 500E (2014) – 14V235000

Vehicle recall defect – Chrysler Group, Llc (Chrysler) Is Recalling Certain Model Year 2013-2014 Fiat 500E Battery Electric Vehicles (Bev) Vehicles Manufactured September 24, 2012, Through April 4, 2014. The Affected Vehicles Have Cooling Plates For The Power Inverter Module (Pim) That May Leak Coolant Into Areas Of The High Voltage Circuitry, Resulting A Short Circuit That Could Cause The Related Service Fuse To Blow.