You are here

Burned-prone, Jeep Wrangler Recalled

Jeep Wrangler Recalled

Known as one tough car, the Jeep is still not able to avoid production errors. Finally, 87,000 Jeep Wrangler recall because of a defect that could cause a burned-prone.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), clarifies that 87,000 Jeep Wrangler recalled in the United States, Canada and other countries because it has high burn-risk.

The recall affects 2010 model, which has an automatic transmission and constructed prior to July 14, 2010. On these cars there is a problem detected between the transmission and catalytic converter which is capable of causing of a fire.

Chrysler, Jeep main production knows at least 14 complaints of fires caused by these problems even though they said it was not aware of any injuries and will fix the problem free of charge.

Most 87,000 Wranglers recalled according to Chrysler spokesman Eric Mayne consists of approximately 68,000 Wrangler in the United States, 6,000 in Canada, 1,500 in Mexico and about 11,000 in other countries.

Previously, as reported by the Detroit News, after receiving 14 complaints NHTSA had to inspect the Jeep Wrangler from 2007 to 2012 productions before finally establish if the problem only occurs in the 2010 model year Jeep Wrangler.

Burned-prone, Jeep Wrangler Recalled


Related posts

Leave a Comment