Stellantis has recalled over 331,000 Jeeps worldwide for high-profile reasons. This is because the rear coil springs can come loose while the jeep is being driven.
This obviously creates the risk of the driver losing control and crashing, endangering the vehicle occupants and the occupants of other vehicles.
A total of 331,401 Jeep vehicles are involved in the recall, according to the 2022-23 Jeep Grand Cherokee and Grand Cherokee L. Sterantis.
- 114,302 are Grand Cherokees built between May 17, 2023 and May 31, 2023.
- 217,099 units are Grand Cherokee L models manufactured between December 5, 2020 and May 31, 2023.
Most of the affected SUVs are in North America.
Versions with air suspension are not affected.
The company made the announcement on Tuesday. in the recall notice Reported to the U.S. Highway Traffic Safety Administration that the vehicle’s coil springs may not be properly installed. Stellantis says he has received 17 warranty claims, two customer assistance reports and two field reports regarding the matter, but as of late May there have been no crashes or injuries. not.
The dealer will perform an inspection of the rear suspension and replace parts if necessary, free of charge. If the owner has already paid for the repair out of pocket, it will be reimbursed.
Affected Jeep owners will be notified by letter beginning July 28.