Jeep Grand Cherokee Recall

Jeep is recalling 2,990 Grand Cherokees, model year 2010, due to an issue with the passenger-side airbag. It may not deploy properly in the event of a crash, increasing the risk of injury.

No incidents of injury or death due to this problem have been recorded, but testing shows it is possible.

To fix this, dealers will be fitting a new top cover for the instrument panel. If you own a 2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee, call your local dealership and arrange to get the fix installed. Try not to use your car until the fix is installed.

Source: Inside Line

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