According to Bloomberg, Chrysler will install a shield to protect brake boosters from the water corrosion. Models from production years 2011 through 2014 will be inspected.
The inspections began after customers complained about extremely firm brakes.
This recall comes after the expansive recalls from General Motors, in which 13 deaths are linked to faulty ignition switches. The CEO of GM is testifying before congress this week in response to the on-going issues.