Due to technical faults with the brake system, Chrysler Group Middle East has announced the recall of certain Dodge and Jeep vehicles, in coordination with the Ministry of Economy's Department of Consumer Protection, Zawya reported. The carmaker has recalled Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge Durango manufactured between 2011 and 2014. Chrysler Group Middle East said the brake booster on the affected vehicles may prematurely corrode. If perforation of the brake booster shell (due to corrosion) occurs, the brake booster may ingest water during vehicle operation in wet weather conditions. The brake booster that has experienced water ingestion may have the brake function compromised if the water inside the brake booster freezes.