Car recall results

Recall notices for this model

Jeep 
Search results  (4–6 of 6) button back    
Recall: No. 4 of 6
Recall Ref: R/2013/085
Exact Model: Compass Patriot fitted with 2.4L petrol engines
Description: ENGINE MAY CUT OUT
VIN: 1C4NJDDB0CD519276 to 1C4NJDDBXCD571451
Build Date: October 2011 to May 2012
Numbers: 114
Defect: The engine may cut out because the pipe connecting the tanks has been incorrectly manufactured which can stop the fuel transfer from the secondary tank to the primary tank. The fuel gauge will read that there is fuel in the tank when this occurs.
Action: Recall the vehicles that are likely to be affected to replace the fuel transfer pipe.
Launch Date: 09 September 2013
   
Recall: No. 5 of 6
Recall Ref: R/2011/081
Exact Model: Dodge Caliber, Chrysler Grand Voyager, Journey, Nitro, Jeep Cherokee, Patriot, Compass and Wrangler
Description: STEERING COLUMN PERFORMANCE DURING AN IMPACT MAY BE COMPROMISED
VIN: 1J4N75FUOBD204019 to IJ4N85FU7BD232283
Build Date: 15 Apr 2011 to 14 May 2011
Numbers: 25
Defect: Because a rivet may be either missing or incorrectly installed in the steering column, in the event of an impact, the steering column performance could be compromised.
Action: Recall the vehicles that are likely to be affected to check and where necessary install a missing rivet or replace an incorrectly installed rivet.
Launch Date: 06 August 2011
   
Recall: No. 6 of 6
Recall Ref: R/2013/084
Exact Model: Patriot & Compass
Description: SIDE AIRBAG MAY NOT DEPLOY
VIN: 1C4NJCCU4CD547210 to 1J4N85FUXBD301841
Build Date: January 2010 to December 2012
Numbers: 3083
Defect: The seatbelt pre-tensioner and/or side airbag curtains may not deploy in the event of certain low speed roll over events which can lead to an increased risk of injury to vehicle occupants.
Action: Recall the vehicles that are likely to be affected to reprogram the Occupant Restraint Control Module (ORC).
Launch Date: 09 September 2013
   
 

Manufacturer contact details:
.
.
.
.
.

 

Is your vehicle affected by a recall?

If you find a recall notice above that matches your vehicle – make/model, date of registration, VIN or engine number – the next step is to confirm whether the required inspection or repair has been carried out.

This information is currently only available from the individual vehicle manufacturers or importers. Contact their customer services department with details or your vehicle and the recall, and ask for confirmation that the necessary work has been completed.

In most cases, the manufacturer or importer contact details will have been returned in the search results above. If not, check your vehicle handbook or contact the Recall Information Point at the SMMT, Consumer Affairs Department, Forbes House, Halkin Street, LONDON SW1X 7DS (tel: 0870 7518270).

 

The information provided on vehicle recalls is for information purposes only. While the AA has taken care in the preparation of recall information, and the information presented is believed to be reliable, the AA does not represent that such information is accurate, comprehensive, verified or complete, and shall not assume or accept any liability (whether in negligence or otherwise) for the accuracy or completeness of such information or for any reliance placed by any person on the information. Nor shall the AA be under any obligation to advise any person of any error in information provided. The AA shall not be liable for any damages (including, without limitation, damages for loss of profits, business or other consequential loss) which may arise from any use of, or reliance upon, or inability to access, the information.

To confirm that there are no recalls on your vehicle, please contact the manufacturer or importer of the vehicle for final confirmation.