Jeep Cherokee (2018)

Production: 26. 11. 2018 - 3. 12. 2018 | Problems / tags:   

Jeep-Cherokee-2018-recall-seat-bolts
illustrative photo | source Jeep


Problem Description

The bolts on the passenger seat may not have been tightened to the required torque. As a result, the passenger seat could detach, increasing the risk of an injury.

The Jeep Cherokee models affected by this recall were manufactured between 26 November 2018 and 3 December 2018.

Jeep recall code: V31

Source: Rapex Alert 29/2019 A12/1076/19

More Details

Published by RAPEX 19. 7. 2019
Keywords   
Risk Injury
Make
Model
Type Passenger car
Production period 26. 11. 2018 - 3. 12. 2018
Type/number of model Type-approval number: e4*2007/46*0783*12; type: KL
Country of origin USA
Alert submitted by Germany
Products were found and measures were taken also in see the source
Measures taken by economic operators Recall of the product from end users (By: Manufacturer)
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