Jeep Recall News
A tiny group of 2019 Jeep Cherokees shipped with defective instrument clusters. That means no working gauges, warning chimes, or gauges. You know, little stuff like that. The recall is already underway.
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Is that a light at the end of the Takata recall tunnel? Fiat-Chrysler (FCA) says they’ve entered the _ fourth and final stage_ by recalling 1.6 million passenger-side inflators.
The bulk of the vehicles are in the US and include the 2010-20 … continue reading
A petition is asking federal regulators to look into a slew of welding issues with the 2018-2019 Wrangler frames. … continue reading
Fiat-Chrysler (FCA) is recalling 24,000 Wranglers because the front track bar brackets weren’t welded properly and could separate from the frame. … continue reading
The 2018 Wrangler is being recalled to repair a steering shaft weld that can create a dangerous driving situation. Engineers found the Wranglers have incomplete long seam welds that can cause a split, and combined with high steering wheel t … continue reading
Just when you thought the Takata nightmare was over, they pull you back in. There is an industry-wide spike in recalls for the dangerous inflators and as part of that, Fiat-Chrysler (FCA) is recalling 317,000 vehicles. … continue reading
It didn’t take long for a Jeep to be recalled in 2018, although this one is a little bit different. … continue reading
Fiat-Chrysler (FCA) is recalling 470,000 cars with active head restraints after an internal investigation revealed there were problems with the occupant restraint control modules that can degrade.
The investigation came after the National H … continue reading
ZF North America is recalling over 500,000 of its 9-speed transmissions (number 9HP48 or 948TE) because they can suddenly slip into neutral. … continue reading
A transmission defect known to cause a sudden loss of propulsion is being recalled in over 400,000 Fiat-Chrysler (FCA) vehicles. … continue reading
A few days ago hackers took control of a Jeep Cherokee in an effort to exploit technical vulnerabilities in the vehicle’s infotainment system. Well, it worked.
Now Fiat-Chrysler (FCA) is responding with a two-pronged approach.
The automake … continue reading
The 2011-2013 Liberty has been recalled because a faulty microcontroller in the active head restraints could cause the system to fail.
The silver lining? If an active head restraint fails, it just becomes an inactive head restraint until yo … continue reading