Some imported Jeep Wranglers have announced a recall of 852 vehicles! There is a risk of fuel leakage

852 Jeep Wranglers recalled due to fuel leakage risk

【PhoneAuto News】Recently, Chrysler (China) Automobile Sales Co., Ltd. filed a recall plan with the State Administration for Market Regulation in accordance with the “Regulations on the Management of Defective Automobile Product Recalls” and the “Implementation Measures for the Regulations on the Management of Defective Automobile Product Recalls”. It has been decided to recall a total of 852 imported Wrangler vehicles, starting from today.

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Specifically, they are:

1. Some imported 2.0T two-door version Robin Hood Wrangler vehicles produced between January 21, 2020 and May 2, 2022, totaling 537 vehicles.

2. Some imported 2.0T two-door version Sahara Wrangler vehicles produced between January 14, 2020 and March 1, 2022, totaling 315 vehicles.

Due to manufacturing reasons, some vehicles within the scope of this recall were installed with unnecessary frame bolts. In the event of a vehicle collision, these frame bolts may come into contact with the fuel tank, causing fuel leakage and posing a safety hazard. Chrysler (China) Automobile Sales Co., Ltd. will provide free inspections of the frame for vehicles within the recall scope and remove unnecessary bolts to eliminate safety hazards.

Previously, Chrysler Automobile Sales Co., Ltd. had recalled a total of 1,160 2021 2.0T 4xe Jeep Wrangler electric vehicles, due to the insufficient length of the manual release of the high-voltage charging interface and the residual power causing the locking bolt to rebound, leading to the car charging interface not being locked and causing a high risk of electric shock.

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