Jeep Recalls 2018 Grand Cherokee Trackhawk Over Fuel Line Problem

Posted: Jan 29 2018, 9:49am CST | by , in Cars & Vehicles

 

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Jeep Recalls 2018 Grand Cherokee Trackhawk Over Fuel Line Problem

Recall of Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk Models for Resolution of Issue in Fuel Line

Over 1242 samples of the SUV Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk were recalled by the company for the fixing of issues in the fuel line. The problem was such that fires might break up anytime in the vehicles.

So “safety first” was the watchword on everyone’s lips. The vehicles had been churned out of the factories between October 10th and December 10th, 2017. The supplier of the fuel line had made a big blunder somewhere. Fiat Chrysler’s office in the US opened up an inquiry into the whole matter.

According to the NHTSA, the supplier later on realized that a sensor was missing in the parts it supplied to the company. Any mishaps that may have occurred due to this big blunder remain in the dark figure for now.

That is why the company is recalling all its Jeep models to rectify the matter as soon as possible. Were the missing sensor to be activated, the Jeep would probably catch fire or stop dead in its tracks.

This would be a disaster just waiting to happen. The recall was assured for March 2nd, 2018. The Grand Cherokee Trackhawk is the third in the series of models by Fiat Chrysler.

The recall number happens to be U02 and the company representatives can be contacted at 1-800-853-1403 anytime. The details on the campaign and problem can be gathered from them at a moment’s notice. The model with issues in it is the best vehicle to come after the Hellcat.

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