Jeep recalls diesel Grand CherokeeNovember 24, 2020
Fiat / Chrysler has announced the recall of its diesel SUVs.
FCA has announced a recall campaign for its Jeep Grand Cherokee SUVs with diesel engines produced between 2014 and 2019. The reason for the recall was the USR system – the tube in the system cooler may burst, which will lead to the ingress of coolant vapors into the exhaust gas recirculation system, which in turn can lead to engine fire.
A total of 34,334 Jeep Grand Cherokee diesels in the US and Canada are subject to recall. The manufacturer does not provide information on how many fires due to a malfunction in the USR system have already occurred. At the same time, the press service of the brand claims that none of their clients were injured for this reason.
It is reported that a malfunction can be detected by an inoperative heater or by a coolant leak from the system. The recall will begin on December 31 of this year. All work to fix the problem will be carried out at the expense of the manufacturer.
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