2004 Jeep Recalls
Date 2004/3/17 0:00:00 | Topic: Liberty
|Most Reliable? Really?|
Didn't we just do a story about how reliable the Jeep Liberty is?
KLAS-TV.com out of Las Vegas is reporting that the 2004 Jeep Liberty is being recalled for a remote keyless entry software bug. Here's the snippet:
the 2004 Jeep Liberty year has been recalled. On some SUVs, certain remote keyless entry input may cause software to activate the door lock motors continuously. This can cause the lock motor bearings to overheat, possibly making the door lock system become inoperative. Owners should contact DaimlerChrysler at 800-853-1403. Check out the entire article here.
Also in recall news, about 15,000 2004 Grand Cherokees are being recalled "because their engines could stall without warning and cause a crash." See the full article here.
All-New Grand Cherokee to Debut in New York
Chrysler has a new "chief operating officer": Tom LaSorda. TheCarConnection.com has a little article on him. The article states that:
The Jefferson North Assembly plant in Detroit is being revamped for the introduction of the new Jeep Grand Cherokee, which is set to make its official debut next month at the New York Auto Show.
Check out the entire article here.