Ram is recalling 1.1 million pickups because their tailgates might open unintentionally

Ram is recalling 1.1 million pickups in the U.S. because their tailgates may fly open while the trucks are in motion.

The safety campaign affects 2015 to 2017 model year Ram 1500, 2500 and 3500 trucks equipped with power locks. Trucks with manual locks or 8-foot beds are excluded.

An additional 300,000 trucks are being recalled in Canada.

The danger posed is that cargo could potentially fall out of the back and strike other vehicles, although there have been no reports of any accidents related to the issue. Nevertheless, Ram parent Fiat Chrysler has received over 5,800 complaints.

The recall is scheduled to begin on Sept. 14, and Ram urges all owners to make sure to secure any cargo stored in their truck’s bed.

The new 2019 model year 1500 is not included as it uses a different tailgate design.

Gary Gastelu is FoxNews.com's Automotive Editor.