The front coil springs may corrode and fracture due to exposure to road sale used in cold weather states. Dealers will replace both front coil springs free of charge to resolve the concern.
All Car Recalls
The engine during manufacturing may have retained metallic debris from the crankshaft. Presence of this metallic debris could cause engine noise and failure. Dealers will inspect and replace affected engines as necessary, and extend the warranty of the engine short block to 10 years / 120,000 miles free of charge to resolve the concern.
The brake light switch may stop functioning, resulting in the lack of brake lamp operation, cruise control deactivation and shifter lock not releasing when depressing the brake pedal. Dealers will replace the brake light switch free of charge to resolve the concern.
The passenger front air bag assembly may not be compliant to Federal Safety Standards. Dealers will replace the passenger frontal air bag module free of charge to resolve the concern.
The plug top ignition coils may experience damage to wiring due to a lack of proper insulation. Dealers will replace the plug top ignition coils with a newly designed part free of charge to resolve the concern.
The rear defroster coil antenna may produce excessive heat and cause a fire hazard due to continual operation. Dealers will update the electronic climate control module to remove the automatic rear defogger "on" function free of charge to resolve the concern.
The auto stop / start feature of the engine may fail, as the starter motor fuse may blow and the engine may not restart. Dealers will replace the starter motor fuse with a higher amperage fuse free of charge to resolve the concern.
The parking brake cable on the right side may rub through the fuel tank, resulting in a fuel leak. Dealers will replace the right side parking brake cable, inspect the fuel tank for signs of abrasion and replace affected tanks free of charge to resolve the concern.
While driving, the transmission may unexpectedly shift into neutral, resulting in a loss of vehicle driving power. Dealers will replace the transmission control module and bracket free of charge to resolve the concern.
The front track bar frame brackets may break, causing difficulty steering and controlling the vehicle. Dealers will repair the vehicle free of charge once a repair procedure is developed (incomplete as of the time of this writing).
The side marker lights in the front of the vehicle may not turn on when using the headlamps or parking lamps. Dealers will upload revised software to correct the issue free of charge.
The headlights and daytime running lights may fail to operate. Dealers will replace the headlamp driver module free of charge to resolve the concern.
The accessory exhaust tips installed by the Southeast Toyota Distributors may protrude from the rear and allow contact with people, possibly causing burning and injury. Dealers will install a redesigned exhaust tip that is smaller in diameter and more recessed behind the bumper free of charge to resolve the concern.
The tire pressure monitoring system may not be properly calibrated, and may not function properly to warn of low tires. Dealers will re-calibrate the tire pressure monitoring system free of charge to resolve the concern.
Due to communication control vulnerabilities, the vehicle can be remotely accessed by third parties. This can cause unauthorized use and control of the vehicle from an outside party. Chrysler will send owners of affected vehicles a USB drive that will allow an owner to update the software on their own to eliminate this vulnerability. Owners can also download this software on their own to repair the vehicle more quickly. Owners can contact dealerships for further direction or assistance. All repairs will be done free of charge.