FCA recalls approximately 67,000 Jeep CherokeeJune 18, 2020
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has announced a global recall of 67,248 copies of the Jeep Cherokee. Models that were released between April 14, 2014 and October 10, 2016 are being withdrawn.
As the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles press service informs, in the withdrawn cars it is necessary to update the gearbox software, because if this is not done, the transmission connection may slip. This can lead to loss of vehicle traction and the inability to switch to the parking mode when the vehicle is stopped.
The FCA reported one incident that occurred due to the aforementioned problem, with no injuries resulting from it.
In the near future, FCA official representatives will contact the owners of the recallable vehicles and offer them to update the transmission software for free at the nearest dealer center.
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