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Expensive News – Pretty much every 2011-14 Dodge Durango and Jeep Grand Cherokee is being recalled

Expensive News –
Pretty much every 2011-14 Dodge Durango and Jeep Grand Cherokee is being recalled

PRETTY MUCH EVERY 2011-14 DODGE DURANGO AND JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE IS BEING RECALLED

A potential brake booster corrosion issue hits 646,394 Jeep and Dodge SUVs

Fiat Chrysler is recalling nearly 650,000 SUVs to inspect a cover that shields the brake booster from water. The vehicles affected are 2011-14 Dodge Durango and Jeep Grand Cherokee SUVs. The cause for concern is water leaking into the brake booster and corroding the metal or freezing during cold weather.

Chrysler says there haven’t been any reports of accidents from the brake booster issue; if the booster is compromised by corrosion, the driver doesn’t lose braking ability, but he or she will experience an excessively firm pedal. A fault with the brake booster might also trigger a brake warning light or the anti-lock brake system.

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For original owners of these cars, this recall might seem vaguely familiar. These shields were installed in conjunction with a 2014 recall for these same Durangos and Grand Cherokees.

If you happen to own one of the affected Durango or Grand Cherokee SUVs, you can set up an appointment with your local dealer to have your shield inspected. If there is any damage, you won’t be charged for the repair.

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