Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ gear selector woes have extended to Maserati, with 13,092 units of the 2014 Quattroporte and Ghibli collectively being recalled to rectify the issue of the confusing gear shifter. The campaign covers models with production dates between June 1, 2013, and February 28, 2014, according to the United States’ NHTSA.

The issue has been attributed to the monostable gear lever design – one which returns to the same position after a gear has been selected – which may not make it clear to the driver whether or not the transmission has been put into “Park” before the driver alights from the vehicle.

Maserati will install software to fix this problem, though it says that the new software code is not ready yet. Owners in the US will receive notification regarding this issue by mail on July 1, and later a subsequent letter to schedule the correction.

This appears identical to the issue that led to the recall of 1.1 million FCA vehicles in the United States in April this year. So far 41 cases of injury were recorded, which may be related to the vehicle moving after the driver had inadvertently left the selector in “Drive,” and exited the vehicle, according to the NHTSA.