Jeep’s quality issues continue. The latest recall covers a fault that could cause the car to roll if left unattended.
Australia has recalled 485 examples of its 2017-2019 WJ Jeep Grand Cherokee due to a potential fault that could cause the car to drift if left unattended, or, in government jargon, trigger “unintentional vehicle movement.”
Hefiled with the Department of Infrastructure, says: “Due to a problem during manufacturing, the hydraulic control unit anti-lock brake system module may not function as expected.
“If this occurs, the brake lights may come on or allow the vehicle to start out of park without applying the brake pedal.
“This can result in an unintentional movement of the vehicle.”
|Withdrawal notice date||3 January 2023|
|VIN list||to download the list of affected VINs|
|contact link||contact the vehicle manufacturer|
A complete list of vehicle identification numbers can be found for the 485 vehicles involved in the recall..
Owners can contact Jeep Australia byor contact the car manufacturer’s customer service center on 1800 102277.