Over 338K Jeep Grand Cherokee SUVs Recalled for Potential Wheel Detachment

The fault in the system relates to the risk of UCA pinch bolts failing due to an error during vehicle assembly. Should the UCA pinch bolt become compromised, it could lead to a decreased clamp load between the UCA ball joint and the knuckle, significantly impairing the vehicle’s function. This could result in the UCA separating from the knuckle, causing the wheel to dislodge. This potential safety issue could cause an automobile accident. Potential warning signs of this issue could include unusual noises when the vehicle travels over a bump. As of January 24, 2024, Stellantis has received one customer assistance inquiry, 18 warranty claims, and one field report related to this issue. No injuries or incidents have been reported.

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  • Over 338,000 Jeep Grand Cherokee SUVs are being recalled due to potential wheel detachment issue.
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