Fire Hazards in Jeep and Dodge Models Lead to Recall

There's nothing more important to us here at Motor Inn of Algona than the safety of you and your loved ones. So, when something happens and the Chrysler Group needs to make a recall, we'll be here on the blog sure to give you the details. Today, the recall concerns one model each from Dodge and Jeep.


Specifically, the Dodge Durango and Jeep Grand Cherokee models from the 2011 to 2014 model years are being recalled, for a total of 651,000 units in the United States. If you drive one of these vehicles, please keep an eye out for notification send out by the automaker through USPS.


The problem at hand concerns screws that are used to attach the sun visor to the headliner; these screws could come in contact with the sun visor's wiring, cause a short circuit, and potentially lead to a fire within the cabin of the vehicle. It is important to act on this recall right away as soon as you are notified.


If you are, we urge you to contact the skilled technicians at our Algona, IA service center as soon as you are able. They will schedule you an appointment and, once you are in, fix the parts that are causing the issue, and send you on your way at no charge. Until we see you again, please continue to drive safely and courteously!

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