Chrysler Recalls Jeep Liberty Vehicles Over Safety Issues

Chrysler has issued a recall for 744,822 units of the Jeep Liberty of the 2002 and 2003 models.

According to the automaker, these vehicles could fail to protect passengers and drivers due to a failure in the vehicle’s air bag control module. The system may fail and the airbags may not deploy promptly in a crash. The issue could also cause the airbags to deploy unexpectedly, which could increase the risk of injuries.

The automaker along the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration decided to issue this recall announcement at once to prevent injuries.

According to the federal agency, Chrysler will be notifying owners of these vehicles soon. All units will receive supplemental jumper harness, which will repair the airbag control module.

For the full recall announcement, click here.


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