February 23, 2020

Jeep Grand Cherokee fuel pump recall

Jeep Grand Cherokee fuel pump recall

Yet another recall for Jeep Grand Cherokee.

Jeep Grand Cherokee fuel pump recall
The recall affects Jeep Grand Cherokee vehicles built in 2011.

The latest recall of the Jeep Grand Cherokee is underway – this time the SUV has been found to have a potential fuel pump fault.

Affecting 2011 models, the ACCC says some Jeep Grand Cherokee vehicles may experience a failure in the Fuel Pump relay. If the defect occurs this may result in the vehicle not starting or stalling unexpectedly.

Chrysler Jeep will notify affected Grand Cherokee owners who will need to take their vehicle to a Jeep dealership to have the fuel pump relay replaced.

Check out all the other Jeep Grand Cherokee recalls here.

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