Chrysler announces antilock break recall in more than 100,000 cars
Auto giant Chrysler has announced a major recall.
Officials say there's a problem with the braking system on more than 100,000 cars.
The recall includes Chrysler 300 and Dodge Charger Sedans. They were made this year and last.
The automaker says a fuse can overheat and cause the antilock brakes and electronic stability control systems to malfunction.
Owners can go to a Chrysler dealer to have the fuse replaced. No accidents have been reported.