According to Chrysler, certain trucks, built between March 2009 and October 2010 may have inadequate venting in the power steering reservoir cap. As a result, brake pedals could be slow to return, which could potentially leave the brake lights on longer.
The automaker states it will notify all Ram owners of the recall starting in February to bring their truck in for examination. If the vehicle has the defective power steering reservoir cap, the automaker will replace it free of charge.
via NHTSA courtesy of Automobile Magazine Staff