Jeep Grand Cherokee Recalls
If you have owned a new or used vehicle in the last 10 years, than it is no secret that there are lots of recalls. The Jeep Grand Cherokee is no different. We have put together a list of the majority of the Jeep Grand Cherokee Recalls up to this date for you. Your Jeep Grand Cherokee Recalls can effect the way a vehicle performs or handles. A recall could also be a safety concern. Either way you want to always address any open recalls. Here is a list of all the recalls we could find on a Grand Cherokee to date. For a general list of safety recalls your can visit a Jeep Dealership near you. Use this great tool to locate a Dealer near you. https://www.autotrader.com/car-dealers
Jeep Grand Cherokee Powertrain Recalls
Some of the most searched for recalls are in regards to the Jeep Powertrain. Below we have tried to break out all the Jeep Grand Cherokee Powertrain Recalls. This should make it easier to see if your Jeep Powertrain has any. If you are having a issue with your Jeeps Powertrain and do not see a relevant recall, you may check to see if your covered under the Jeep Powertrain Warranty.
- Recall # 18V280000 Date: 04-30-2018 Recall: Certain 2018 Grand Cherokees may have an incorrect transmission park lock rod installed in the transmission.
- Recall # 16V240000 Date: 04-24-2016 Recall: Certain 2014-2015 Grand Cherokees equipped with the eight speed automatic transmission and a monostable gear selector, may not adequately warn the driver when driver’s door is opened and the vehicle is not in PARK, allowing them to exit the vehicle while the vehicle is still in gear.
- Recall # 13V175000 Date: 05-07-2013 Recall: Certain 2005-2010 Grand Cher0kees may have a transfer case electrical failure and may result in an unintentional shifting of the transfer case into the neutral position.
Jeep Grand Cherokee Electrical System Recalls
Below you will find a list of the Grand Cherokee Electrical System Recalls. The electrical recalls could span over many of the Jeep systems.
- Recall # 19V813000 Date: 11-14-2019 Recall: Certain 2011-2013 Grand Cherokees equipped with a 3.6, 5.7, or6.4 liter engine and previously recalled under NHTSA Recall 14V530 or 15V115. The fuel pump relay inside the TIPM-7 may fail, causing the vehicle to stall without warning.
- Recall # 18V332000 Date: 05-16-2018 Recall: Certain 2014-2018 Grand Cherokees could have a possible defect within the vehicles wiring, the driver may not be able to shut off the cruise control either by depressing the brake pedal or manually turning the system off once it has been engaged, resulting in either the vehicle maintaining its current speed or possibly accelerating.
- Recall # 18V524000 Date: 08-08-2018 Recall: Certain 2018 Grand Cherokees could have powertrain control modules that are equipped with a voltage regulator chip in the circuit board that may fail, causing a stall or a no start condition.
- Recall # 17V741000 Date: 11-20-2020 Recall: Certain 2014 Grand Cherokees equipped with a 3.6 L engine and a 160 amp alternator. In the affected vehicles, the alternator may suddenly fail.
- Recall # 17V435000 Date: 07-09-2017 Recall: Certain 2011-2014 Grand Cherokees that are equipped with a EHPS and are equipped with a 5.7L or a 3.6L engine and a 160, 180 or 220 amp alternator. The alternator may suddenly fail.
- Recall # 15V879000 Date: 12-28-2015 Recall: Certain 2011-2013 Grand Cherokees have a defect in the vanity lamp wiring, the wiring may short circuit.
- Recall # 15V461000 Date: 07-22-2015 Recall: Certain 2014-2015 Grand Cherokees equipped with the 3.6 or 5.7 liter engine. In the effected vehicles, the fuel pump relay inside the TIPM-7 may fail, causing the vehicle to stall without warning.
- Recall # 14V634000 Date: 10-07-2014 Recall: Certain 2012-2014 Grand Cherokees equipped with a 3.6 liter engine and a 160 amp alternator. in the affected vehicles, the alternator may suddenly fail.
- Recall # 14V391000 Date: 07-01-2001 Recall: Certain 2011-2014 Grand Cherokees have defective vanity lamp wiring. In the affected vehicles the vanity wiring could short circuit.
Jeep Grand Cherokee Fuel System Recalls
We have listed all of the Jeep Grand Cherokee Fuel System Recalls to date. This list includes multiple components that could cause a problem with your Jeep Grand Cherokees Fuel System.
- Recall # 00V195 Date: Unknown Recall: Certain sport utility vehicles have been built with fuel tanks with suspect vent tube welds. Separation of the vent tube weld could result in a fuel leak. Fuel leakage in the presence of an ignition source could result in a fire.
- Recall # 18v048000 Date: 01-10-2018 Recall: Certain 2018 Grand Cherokee Trackhawk vehicles equipped with a 6.2L Supercharged Engine. The fuel line may separate.
- Recall # 16V814000 Date: 11-09-2016 Recall: Certain 2016 Jeep Grand Cherokee Vehicles Equipped with a 3.6L engine, the fuel rail crossover tube may have been damaged, which, over time, may result in a fuel leak.
- Recall # 14V530000 Date: 09-04-2014 Recall: Certain 2011 Grand Cherokee vehicles equipped with a 3.6L or 5.7L engine. In the affected vehicles, the fuel pump relay inside the TIPM-7 may fail, causing the vehicle to stall without warning.
Jeep Grand Cherokee Brake Recalls
Below you will find a thorough list of the Jeep Grand Cherokee Brake Recalls. These Recalls may span through may components of the vehicle.
- Recall # 17V572000 Date: 09-17-2017 Recall: Certain 2011-2014 Grand Cherokees that have had brake booster shields installed under a previous campaign. This recall is to verify that the brake booster shield installation was performed properly.
- Recall # 16V249000 Date: 04-26-2016 Recall: Certain 2016 Grand Cherokees may have a defect in the brake transmission shift interlock solenoid. This may cause the loss of solenoid function.
- Recall # 16V168000 Date: 03-22-2016 Recall: Certain 2015-2016 Grand Cherokees may have a defect in a brake caliper, the left front caliper may crack due to being made from incorrect material.
- Recall # 14V154000 Date: 03-31-2014 Recall: Certain 2011-2014 Grand Cherokees may have brake booster defects, the brake booster has a center shell that may corrode and allow water to get inside.
- Recall # 14V104000 Date: 03-04-2014 Recall: Certain 2012-2013 Grand Cherokees under certain braking events, the ready alert braking system (RAB) may result in the driver experiencing a hard bake pedal feel.
- Recall # 13V483000 Date: 10-16-2013 Recall: Certain 2014 Grand Cherokees may experience random illumination of multiple instrument cluster warning lights, loss of cluster illumination and loss of anti-lock brake system (ABS) and electronic stability control (ESC) function. Because of these conditions, the vehicles fail to conform to the requirements of FMVSS.
Jeep Grand Cherokee Airbag Recalls
- Recall # 99V343 Date: Unknown Recall: The passenger air bag inflator assembly contains an incorrect inflator charge amount. This condition could increase the risk of a passenger occupant injury under certain crash conditions.
- Recall # 15V046000 Date: 01-28-2015 Recall: Certain 2002-2004 Grand Cherokees may be effected, due to electrical noise beyond the tolerance of the air bag electronic control module (ECM), a component in the ECM may fail, causing the front air bags, side air bags, and/or seatbelt pretensioners to deploy inadvertently while the vehicle is being operated.
- Recall # 14V643000 Date: 10-13-2014 Recall: Certain 2014 Grand Cherokees are affected. Due to a fault within the Occupant Restraint Control (OCR) module, the frontal air bags, seat belt pretensioners, and side air bags may be disabled. The malfunction indicator light MIL should illuminate to initially warn drivers of a failure.
Jeep Grand Cherokee Equipment Recall
- Recall # 18V759000 Date: 10-28-2018 Recall: Certain 2018 Grand Cherokee SRT and Trackhawk vehicles. The driver’s floor mat may have insufficient clearance between the may and the accelerator pedal, possibly preventing the pedal from returning to the idle position.
- Recall # 18E097000 Date: 10-28-2018 Recall: Certain 2018 Grand Cherokee SRT and Trackhawk vehicles. The driver’s floor mat may have insufficient clearance between the may and the accelerator pedal, possibly preventing the pedal from returning to the idle position.
- Recall # 16V686000 Date: 09-22-2016 Recall: Certain 2017 Grand Cherokee vehicles. The tear tow hook bracket or tow eye bracket may be loose.
- Recall # 15V461000 Date: 07-22-2015 Recall: Certain 2014-2015 Grand Cherokees. The effected vehicles are equipped with radios that have software vulnerabilities that can allow third-party access to certain networked vehicle control systems.
You may find a more thorough or more up to date list of recalls by contacting your local dealership. Also if you are having trouble with your Grand Cherokee and do not see a recall that Fits you situation, You may try a The JeepGarage.org forum. There is a great community of really helpful people at https://www.jeepgarage.org/forums/grand-cherokee-wk2.73/ you should definitely check out. I guarantee you will get a response to just about any question you have about your Jeep.
Will A Recall Effect Your Warranty
Most recalls are continually honored by your dealership. The dealer will generally just want to perform the recall and get you on your way. Will a recall effect your warranty? To answer this, no a recall will not effect your warranty or the ability of you getting a warranty. If you would like to know more about a Jeep Warranty please visit our main site.
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Jeep Grand Cherokee Extended Warranty Options
Here we will go over your Jeep Grand Cherokee Extended Warranty Options. Being a SUV the high dollar powertrain should be your main concern. Mopar Powertrain Plus will take care of this at a really fair price. If you are lookin for a little better coverage and are ok excluding some of the smaller items you should consider the Mopar Added Care Plus. If you want to pay the little extra and know that most everything is covered you want to go with the Mopar Maximum Care. All of these plans have a large list of components that are covered. To help with questions you can find printable brochures below.
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