The affected units are manufactured between September 5 and November 19, 2017.
"A supplier has advised FCA that, during its airbag module assembly process, loose fasteners may have inadvertently found their way undetected into a small number of modules," the company said without disclosing the supplier.
However, should such a vehicle be subject to an impact that causes the front passenger airbag to deploy, loose fasteners may pose a hazard, the company said.
While stating that so far the company was unaware of any related injuries, accidents, warranty claims or complaints, FCA India, however, asked customers of affected vehicles to refrain from using front passenger seat until the situation is remedied.
The company and its dealers will directly contact customers in the coming week to replace the faulty airbag free of cost, it said.