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Recall on late model Jeeps for rear coil springs

You might be taking your late-model Jeep Grand Cherokee back to the auto shop later this summer. The company that owns Jeep, Stellantis, issued a recall on certain 2022 and 2023 Grand Cherokee and 2021 to 2023 Grand Cherokee L SUVs. 


According to the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, a document posted by the company says that the springs may have been installed incorrectly during production and could detach from a moving vehicle, increasing the chances of a crash.


Over 354,000 vehicles are being recalled worldwide, with most being in North America. 

Stellantis says through documents that they are aware of 17 warranty claims that may be caused by the problem, but no crashes or injuries have been reported yet. Jeeps with air suspensions are not affected, and owners of affected vehicles will be notified by letter beginning on July 28th.

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