[YesAuto Recall] A few days ago, Chrysler (China) Automobile Sales Co., Ltd. filed a recall plan with the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine. Starting from December 5, 2014, some of the imported Grand Cherokee cars of the 2014 model year will be recalled, involving 8,646 vehicles in total.
The production date is from October 3, 2013 to April 11, 2014. According to the company's statistics, 8,646 vehicles are involved in mainland China.
Reason for recall:
The PCB circuit board of the steering column control module (SCCM) of some vehicles within the scope of this recall will produce noise. The SCCM program is interfered with, which may cause the electronic stability control module (ESC) to fail to work normally. Under certain driving conditions, it may Will increase the risk of accidental collisions. Chrysler (China) Automobile Sales Co., Ltd. will rewrite the SCCM program for the steering column control module of the vehicle involved in order to eliminate the hidden danger.
Chrysler (China) Automobile Sales Co., Ltd. will notify relevant customers and invite them to contact the nearest franchise service center to arrange related free inspection and replacement.
Starting from December 5, 2014, consumers can call Chrysler China's free customer service 400-6500-118, or contact local dealers for specific information. Users can also log on to the Import and Export Commodity Inspection section of the AQSIQ website (jyjgs.aqsiq.gov.cn), the AQSIQ Defective Product Management Center website (www.dpac.gov.cn), and call the AQSIQ Defective Product Management Center Hotline: 010-59799616, or the quality hotline of the local entry-exit inspection and quarantine agency: 12365 (transfer to No. 2) to reflect problems in the implementation of the recall or submit clues about defects. (Compilation/Car Home Wang Yin)
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