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One Year After Jeep Recall, Repairs Still Difficult To Obtain

Despite Chrysler’s promise earlier this year to ramp-up efforts to fix more than a million Jeeps recalled over a year ago, consumers continue to report issues with obtaining the needed repairs. [More]

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Chrysler Ramps Up Effort To Fix Recalled Jeeps With Specialized Websites

Back in July, officials at Chrysler said they would eventually get around to fixing millions of recalled Jeeps after regulators voiced their displeasure with the lack of progress being made to fix the potential fire issue. The car maker is finally taking steps to ensure owners repair their vehicles. [More]

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Chrysler Recalls 33,000 Trucks, SUVs, And Minivans For Tire Pressure Problems

Chrysler continues its recall roll this week, issuing two more notices calling back more than 33,000 vehicles for issues related to tire pressure monitoring systems. [More]

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Chrysler Recalls 566,000 Trucks And SUVs For Fuel Leaks, Stability Control Issues

The recalls continue to roll in for national car manufacturers. This time Chrysler has issued two recalls affecting more than 566,000 trucks and SUVs for issues related to fuel leaks and electronic stability control disablement. [More]

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Chrysler Recalls 747,000 Jeep And Dodge Vehicles For Electrical, Alternator Issues

By some standards the Chrysler Group’s recall of nearly 764,000 vehicles in the last three weeks is just a drop in the bucket. That changed today when the group issued two notices calling back an additional 747,000 vehicles for electrical and alternator issues. [More]

Chrysler Recalls 230,000 Dodge And Jeep SUVs Because Vehicles Aren’t Supposed To Just Shut Off

Chrysler Recalls 230,000 Dodge And Jeep SUVs Because Vehicles Aren’t Supposed To Just Shut Off

The purpose of a motor vehicle is to transport you from one place to another. Apparently, that doesn’t always happen with some Chrysler-produced SUVs, so the car manufacturer issued a recall of some 230,000 Jeeps and Durangos. [More]

Chrysler Continues Recall Roll With Brand New Sedans, Trucks And SUVs

Chrysler Continues Recall Roll With Brand New Sedans, Trucks And SUVs

When purchasing a brand new vehicle, one probably doesn’t expect it to be recalled in the next two months. [More]

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Now Chrysler Is Recalling 800K Jeep SUVs For Ignition Problems

The faulty ignition flu of 2014 is spreading among the car makers of greater Detroit. Months after General Motors began recalling millions of vehicles for defective ignitions that resulted in at least 13 deaths, and a month after NHTSA began looking into possible similar problems at Chrysler, the company has announced a recall of around 800,000 Jeeps to fix ignition switches that might turn off inadvertently. [More]

Chrysler Will Finally, Eventually Get Around To Fixing Millions Of Jeeps Recalled In 2013

Chrysler Will Finally, Eventually Get Around To Fixing Millions Of Jeeps Recalled In 2013

Last year, Chrysler reluctantly recalled millions of Jeeps out of concern that rear-end collisions could result in a fire. And even though the car maker came up with a fix for the issue, it still hadn’t repaired some 1.6 million Jeeps a year after announcing the recall. Under pressure from federal regulators, Chrysler now says it will pick up the pace of repairs, though it could still be eight months before some Jeeps are fixed. [More]

Regulators Question Chrylser’s Slow-Moving Pace To Fix Jeeps Recalled In 2013

Regulators Question Chrylser’s Slow-Moving Pace To Fix Jeeps Recalled In 2013

Following criticism for a lack of action in the recent General Motors ignition switch defect, federal regulators aren’t holding anything back when it comes to keeping car manufacturers accountable for fixing safety issues on their vehicles in a timely manner. Or so it appears after the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration issued a hard deadline for Chrysler to answer for delays in fixing vehicles affected by a recall last year. [More]

NHTSA Opens Investigation Into Fiat Chrysler Ignition Switch Issues

NHTSA Opens Investigation Into Fiat Chrysler Ignition Switch Issues

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is having a busy summer: The regulators on Wednesday opened two investigations into alleged ignition switch defects, this time related to several Fiat Chrysler minivans and sport utility vehicles. [More]

Chrysler Recalls More Than 10,000 SUVs Because Cruise-Control Is Supposed To Be Controlled

Chrysler Recalls More Than 10,000 SUVs Because Cruise-Control Is Supposed To Be Controlled


The invention of cruise-control has saved many consumers from receiving costly speeding tickets, but the often convenient system hasn’t been operating as it should in a number of Chrysler SUVs. [More]

NHTSA Investigating Why Jeep Airbags Continue To Deploy On Their Own

NHTSA Investigating Why Jeep Airbags Continue To Deploy On Their Own

When a car manufacturer initiates a recall and provides a remedy for the issue, you assume that fix is going to stick. But that may not be the case for the 2012 airbag-related recall of two Jeep models, as federal regulators are investigating why Chrysler’s fix has not eliminated the problem. [More]

Dodge Durangos & Jeep Grand Cherokees Recalled Over Brake Concerns

Dodge Durangos & Jeep Grand Cherokees Recalled Over Brake Concerns

Why should General Motors get all the recall headlines when another domestic carmaker has defective vehicles to fix? Chrysler has announced a recall of around 870,000 total vehicles — 644,000 in the U.S. — for concerns about corrosion in the braking system that could increase the risk of a crash. [More]

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Chrysler Finally Agrees To Recall 2.7 Million Jeeps, Insists Vehicles Are Safe

Earlier this month Chrysler responded with a big fat “No” to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s request that it formally recall 2.7 million older model Jeeps, over regulator concerns that the vehicles could catch on fire when hit from behind. Today the car company announced that it’s relenting, and will in fact, institute the recall the NHTSA wanted. [More]

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Chrysler Says No To NHTSA Request To Recall 2.7 Million Jeeps

If you’ve read enough recall notices, you’ve probably seen that most of them say something like “Company X, in coordination with Regulator Y, have issued a voluntary recall of blah blah blah,” but sometimes regulators and manufacturers don’t agree about whether a product merits being recalled. Case in point: Chrysler’s decision to say no to a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to recall 2.7 million vehicles over fuel tank concerns. [More]

Hey, Jeep. You seem... different?

Jeep Targeted By Twitter Hackers Claiming Cadillac Now Has The Keys To The Company

UPDATE: We reached out to Jeep for comment and received the following from a spokesman regarding the Twitter hack: “We’re aware of the issue and are working to resolve it as quickly as possible.” [More]

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Jeep Recalls 745,000 Vehicles In U.S. After 50 People Injured By Air Bags

Because air bags are not supposed to go POOF! all up in your face while you’re driving, the folks at Chrysler have announced a recall of 745,000 model year 2002-03 Jeep Liberty and 2002-04 Grand Cherokee vehicles. [More]