Chrysler has issued a recall for 41,169 model year 2019 Jeep Cherokees due to a potential injury risk due to faulty sensors.
The vehicle’s impact and acceleration sensors have the potential to fail and if that happens it would reduce the airbag system’s ability to properly detect certain types of accidents or collisions.
If that happens, the vehicle’s inability to properly detect a crash could prevent air bags from deploying and occupants of the Jeep Cherokee would be at risk of injury or death.
Chrysler is set to notify owners as well as dealerships and the replacement of the affected sensors will be free of charge.
Owners of the affected Jeep Cherokee SUVS can expect the recall to begin on August 2, 2019.
Chrysler is owned by FCA North America Holdings LLC. Owners may contact Chrysler customer service at (800) 853-1403. Chrysler’s number for this recall is V63.
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