Auto parts maker Brock is recalling about 1.3 million vehicles because the engine may be prone to an overheating problem.

The recall is expected to begin Monday.

Brock, which makes high-end vehicles, said in a news release on Friday that a test found the ignition coil in the 2015 to 2018 Dodge Durango and 2015 to 2020 Chrysler 300 and Chrysler Cruze vehicles had “an excess of lithium in the spark plug, a small amount of lithium, and the spark timing timing of the ignition.”

The vehicle also showed a “high risk of failure due to excessive heat and a failure of the spark ignition circuit.”

“This issue has been resolved and we have a new spark timing circuit with a much lower risk of overheating and a significantly improved ignition timing,” the company said.

The company said the affected vehicles can be purchased in parts stores nationwide for $20 to $25, and it will send customers a new ignition timing circuit and a new cylinder head.

The recalled vehicles are being sold in California, Arizona, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia.

Brock is in the process of recalling about 7 million vehicles worldwide, including about 500,000 in the United States.

The company said it was aware of the problem in more than 2,000 vehicles that were manufactured between February and May.

This story has been updated.