Chrysler’s Jeep division is recalling their 2014 Grand Cherokee sport utility vehicle for a headlight issue. In all, 4,458 vehicles are being recalled, mostly in the United States (only 216 vehicles in Canada are affected. The vehicles were produced from January 14 through March 20 of this year.
The issue concerns the vehicles that are equipped with premium headlights. The software that controls the headlights have been found to turn them off at random. The Jeep Compass is also being included in the recall, although those vehicles are from Canada. In the instance with the Canadian vehicles, drivers that make the switch from daytime running lights to parking lights may find that they will turn off inadvertently.
The latest Jeep recall will have registered owners taking their vehicles back to the dealerships for inspection and a software upgrade, all at no charge. For more information, or to schedule a service appointment, owners may contact their local dealership.
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