In recent days. The FCA has announced an emergency recall of 27,600 Pacifica models because of a faulty battery connection that could cause a fire.

The developer also said in a separate report that high-voltage batteries and electrified propulsion systems in minivans were normal and would not affect the cars.

The 12-volt battery in the car is used to power the auxiliary functions of the car. But if the battery corrodes, it could cause a fire.

There have been several fires and reports of minor injuries in Minnesota and Canada due to battery problems in vehicles.

The developer also suggested that owners of the model should avoid parking indoors in case of a fire.

The developer said the recall notice would be sent to customers beginning the week of June 22. The owner can take the vehicle to a dealer where professionals can check if the vehicle is affected.