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Dodge Hellcat Recall Affects Every Single Model

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2015 Charger SRT Hellcat | Dodge Hellcat Recall

The 2015 Charger SRT Hellcat (pictured) and the Challenger sibling have both been recalled for possible fuel leakage

Today, Automotive News reported that Dodge is recalling every single flippin’ Hellcat model—both Challenger and Charger, to be clear—released so far. The issue arose when a dealership discovered a fuel leak during a delivery inspection.

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While no customers have reported any issues, Dodge doesn’t want to take any chances when it comes to its high-performance beasts that have been dropping jaws since they debuted last year. In total, 2,211 vehicles are affected. A whopping 2,012 of those are here in the United States, while 148 made it to Canada (who knew Canada had balls big enough to take on a Hellcat?). Another 30 are located in Mexico, and just 21 have unleashed their fury outside of the continent.

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If you own a Hellcat and have some questions, you can reach out to Dodge at 800-853-1403, or just wait patiently until you get a Dodge Hellcat recall notification in the mail. And if you’re the old grump who put together the “7 Commandments for Dodge SRT Hellcat Owners” video, then I expect another video expressing your dissatisfaction with Dodge on this one, on my desk by 9am Monday morning. And it better be the most sexist, vulgar video you’ve ever done. I know, it’ll be hard to top, but I believe in you.

7 Commandments for Dodge SRT Hellcat Owners, in case you missed it:

News Source: Automotive News (subscription required)

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    Timothy Moore hails from Dayton, Ohio, and tries to bring that Midwestern flavor to his writing. (But as it turns out, no one really likes the Midwestern flavor.) He has been covering the auto industry for years, with several national auto shows under his belt, but he’s been writing about lots of other things (like dragons and Mickey Mouse and cows drowning in milk) since he was just a tot. Outside of the land of cars, Timothy enjoys watching The Office and consuming excessive amounts of peanut butter and beer, and is on the board of an up-and-coming Dayton theatre company called The Playground. And when he’s not on stage (or three jars into a peanut butter binge), Timothy spends time with his mischievous dog, Greyson. See more articles by Timothy.