FCA will have to issue a recall to bring back some of their Ram ProMaster after it was reported that there might be a chance that the engine could overheat causing a fire.
The report explains that the cooling fans on the engines of the 3.0-liter diesel or 3.6-liter gasoline engine would seize up and the circuit breaker might not be able to protect them from overheating which could lead to a fire.
About 100,000 units of the Ram ProMaster will be affected by the recall. For now, Ram does not have a solution to the issue yet as they are still working on it but the recall is said to be starting in the first quarter of 2020.
Those affected might want to check their warning-light illumination to see if their fans have stopped working while we wait for the recall to start.