2020: Jeep recalls

Seven recalls for five Jeep models in 2020

In 2020, Jeep announced seven recalls for five models through the EU Rapex system.

The Cherokee, Gladiator and Wrangler models each had two recalls. Among the faults, we can see problems with the steering, brakes, differential, clutch and suspension. The wipers may stop working with the Jeep Compass.

All the recalls sorted by models are listed in the tables below.

Jeep recalls in 2020 by model


Jeep Compass (2019 – 2020)14. 07. 2020The head joint of the windscreen wipers can be improperly formed. This could impair the functioning of the wipers, increasing the ... .

All Compass recalls


Jeep Cherokee (2014 – 2016)25. 12. 2020The differential could be damaged. This may result in a loss of drive power and/or the parking function, increasing the risk ... .
Jeep Cherokee (2019)23. 01. 2020A pinion in the power steering system may be defective and could break. As a result, the steering wheel may lock ... .

All Cherokee’s recalls


Jeep Gladiator (2019 – 2020)21. 07. 2020The clutch pressure plate may overheat and fail due to friction. This could result in a loss of power transmission or ... .
Jeep Gladiator (2018 – 2019)31. 01. 2020The drive shaft (Cardan shaft) may become damaged and break due to insufficient lubrication. This can lead to a sudden loss ... .

All Gladiator’s recalls


Jeep Renegade (2019)23. 03. 2020The brake callipers may be cracked. This can result in a loss of braking performance, increasing the risk of an accident. ... .

All Renegade’s recalls


Jeep Wrangler (2017 – 2020)21. 07. 2020The clutch pressure plate may overheat and fail due to friction. This could result in a loss of power transmission or ... .
Jeep Wrangler (2019)19. 04. 2020The welding on the wishbone bracket may be defective and can break. This will impair the steering functionality, increasing the risk ... .

All Wrangler’s recalls

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