Discussion in 'KJ General Discussion' started by towpro, May 12, 2018.
That’s what I’m waiting to find out as well - I got the last post on page 1
looked at the jeep Australia website nothing but the fiat Chrysler site says it is for Australia should be getting letters in June when the parts come in.
2004 3.7 limited
screen shot of the page
2004 3.7 limited
Different design on the 02-03s
I'll have to go look and see what mine look like on the 03... I don't have wiggly rear axle issues though, just a slight forwards/backwards clunk which I suspect is the upper control arm.
I still have the Air Bag module recall open on mine....
is this the right replacement?
online I just read this.
Note: This recall is an expansion of recall 12V-085. Vehicles included in that campaign are not included in this recall.
mine was done in 12V-085 which came out in March 2012
Just called my local dealer and they said there are no parts available, and I should receive a letter when they are... I guess they weren't bugging me before, but I'll take the new parts.
I bought my 2005 Jeep Cherokee KJ (Jeep Liberty in US) from a local used car sales company here in the UK about three weeks ago...I have not informed Jeep UK that I am the new owner, so surely they have no way of knowing where to send a letter informing me of a recall? How is this supposed to work?
Call a local UK Jeep Dealer give them the VIN # - will then show any outstanding re-calls.
Can also check it online here: https://www.mopar.com/en-us/my-vehicle/recalls/search.html
I called Jeep's customer service live...their call centre is in Italy...and they said my Jeep is listed as uncompleted under this recall. So I rang my local Jeep dealer (Bishops in Guildford, Surrey) about it and I am waiting for them to get back to me.
Thank you Towpro!
I am amazed they havent recalled the upper panhard bar or watts link as well, mine looks like it will be failing soon, and the undercarriage has zero rust.. clearly made out of inferior steel and lousy paint seal on it.
So happy none of my KJs have those things
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