Electrical Failure Prompts Jeep Recall

May 13, 2013 by  
Filed under Recalls

Chrysler Group LLC has issued yet another recall for multiple vehicles. Now, the problem is related to an issue with potential electrical failure that could cause vehicles to roll away unexpectedly.

Vehicles affected by this recall include the 2006 through 2010 Jeep Commander and 2005 through 2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee. These vehicles, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has reported, have an issue with the final drive controller, which is the component that governs the transfer case. Since the vehicle could shift to neutral as a result of the electrical problem, the company has stated that the software will be fully repaired or replaced for free.

The company should be contacting affected consumers in the near future. If you have more questions concerning this problem, follow this link for the full announcement and Chrysler contact info. Never ignore a recall announcement that is related to a product or vehicle you own, especially if the recall announcement is linked to an issue that could pose a serious injury risk. As an attorney, I hope that this issue is promptly eradicated and that the recalled vehicles are repaired promptly before any major accidents are reported.

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