Fiat Chrysler Announces Two Recalls Affecting 900K Vehicles

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has announced two recalls affecting nearly 900,000 vehicles worldwide.

The first recall involves the 2003 Jeep Liberty and 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee models with 284,089 units affected in the U.S. Those vehicles are being recalled to replace components linked to the deployment of airbags, although this recall isn’t related to the massive Takata airbag recall. A total of seven injuries related to the issue have been reported and also affects 13,411 vehicles in Canada, 6,277 in Mexico and 48,212 elsewhere in the world.

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The other recall affects 275,614 Dodge Journey crossovers from the 2012-2015 model years in the U.S. so that the American automaker can replace parts on the vehicle’s anti-lock brake systems. According to Fiat Chrysler, water intrusion may disable the vehicles’ anti-lock braking and electronic stability control systems. The Dodge Journey recall also affects 78,148 units in Canada, 36,471 in Mexico and 151,476 in other parts of the world.

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