Chrysler and the U.S. safety regulators recalled the Jeep SUV’s from 2004 and 2005 models but on Monday, they extended the recall that includes the 2006 and 2007 model years. This is due to a corrosion issue for the models that have been running in a cold weather condition.
The action brings the total number of Jeep Liberty vehicles recalled in the four model years to about 410,000. Most of those vehicles, about 347,000, are in the United States. There are an additional 45,000 in Canada and another 17,600 in Europe, Chrysler said.
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Chrysler is recalling their Jeep Wrangler SUV’s from 2012 model year to solve issues which could cause fires.
The company stated the recall involves 67,872 units of SUV’s that were built with automatic transmissions. The skid plate on these SUV’s that protects the transmission is very close to the catalytic converter of the exhaust system. Particles collected around the skid plate could heat up the converter which can cause it to ignite or catch fire.
In these recall, dealers of Chrysler will change the plate with a skid bar and this will be, of . . . → Read More: Jeep Wranglers Recalled by Chrysler for Risk of Fire