1993-2004 Jeep Grand Cheroke Request for Recall

Jeep Grand Cherokee recalled for fire hazard
The Jeep Grand Cherokee is being requested for a recall from the Center for Auto Safety. The request has been made due to the amount of fires in 1993-2004 Jeep Grand Cherokees. The request shows that the fuel tank behind the rear axle had a fire death rate 20 times higher than the Ford Explorer. On the Explorer, the fuel tank is in the front of the rear axle.

In the recall request, the analysis revealed how Chrysler’s crash tests showed the deadly design due to the fuel filler hose the pulled lose.

It has been confirmed that rear impacts produced massive fuel leaks, resulting in fires. The Jeep, years 1993-2004, were designed by the previous Chrysler Corporation. Unfortunately, since this was a high selling vehicle, it will continue to cause problems for drivers.

If your loved one has been burned or killed in an accident due to the fire hazard of the Jeep Grand Cherokee, you are encouraged to call The Center for Auto Safety.


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