Jeep and Ram are recalling 45,711 vehicles across the two brands due to a failed high-pressure fuel pump installed on certain diesel vehicles.
Yes, this recall is for diesel models only and is also limited to certain model years. Affected vehicles include his EcoDiesel models of the 2021-2023 Jeep Wrangler, 2021-2023 Jeep Gladiator and 2022-2023 Ram 1500.
The 3.0-liter turbodiesel under the hood of these vehicles may have been built with a high-pressure fuel pump that “could fail prematurely,” Stellantis said. The recall notice states that a failed high-pressure fuel pump “can introduce debris from an internally failed component into the fuel system, causing a fuel starvation.” As for warnings, Stellantis says you may notice a malfunction indicator light or service electronic throttle control light. A more extreme indicator is a fuel leak at the pump or excessive noise from the pump.
At the time of this recall, Ram and Jeep have filed 7 customer support records, 126 warranty claims, 8 field reports, and 3 other service records that may be related to this issue. says he recognizes it. The fix is a simple one. Stellantis says it will replace the high-pressure fuel pumps on all affected vehicles with more durable pumps. Owners and dealers should expect notice on or around June 2nd.