What You Need to Know About Jeep Grand Cherokee Recalls

Recalls What You Need to Know About Jeep Grand Cherokee Recalls

Worried About Jeep Grand Cherokee Recalls? We Can Help!

 aren't uncommon, and if you own one of these popular vehicles, it might not be so easy to keep abreast of recall alerts. After all, those recall notices often get tossed out with junk mail, whether they're sent via USPS or electronically.

But it's important to know when there's a safety recall on your Jeep Grand Cherokee, which is why DoNotPay has easy ways to stay informed and get those recalled parts repaired or replaced. Are you ready to learn more?

Current Jeep Grand Cherokee Recalls

Here are just a few recent , according to Kelly Blue Book's website. We'll limit the list to 2021 models:

  • Airbags that could fail to deploy.
  • Smart lighting modules on vehicles could malfunction, preventing headlights from working
  • Software issues that cause backup monitors to malfunction
  • Improperly manufactured oil cooler hoses that may leak, creating a potential fire hazard.
  • Defective clutch pressure plates in vehicles with manual transmission are at risk of overheating and cracking.

How to Check for Jeep Grand Cherokee Recalls

If you've heard a news report about your vehicle model being under recall, or you just want to proactively find out if there's something you should know about your Jeep's components, here are your best options. The first two should be done every six months (quarterly is better) and that can be a pain... but your third option is a LOT easier! Be sure to have all your vehicle information ready, including:

  • The vehicle identification number (VIN) (quickly found on the lower left dashboard where it meets the windshield)
  • The make, model, and year of your vehicle
  • The place where it was manufactured (often found on a placard in the driver's side door jamb)
  • Where you purchased your vehicle, whether new or used
  1. Call Your Local Dealership

This is handy if you take your vehicle to the dealership for regular maintenance appointments, but how many of us have our own neighborhood mechanics? Plus, calling the dealership usually involves being put on hold while the employee digs up any pertinent (and possibly not very thorough) recall information.

  1. Check the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) Website

You can proactively check for recalls by running your Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) through the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration website, by checking with your Dodge dealership by email or phone, or with the help of DoNotPay's Car Recall Monitor.

  1. Use DoNotPay's Vehicle Recall Monitor

Do you want a more detailed report than you might get from the NHTSA or the person manning the phones at the dealership? We can find you the most detailed information on your recall in the fastest time possible.

Here's how the DoNotPay vehicle recall monitor works: 

  1. Enter your vehicle information, including the make, model, and year.
  2. We'll automatically check against the NHTSA database to see if your vehicle has been involved in any recalls.
  3. We'll generate a report, summarizing all of the recalls, including the recalled date, NHTSA campaign number, required remediations, and more.

How Do I Get My Jeep Grand Cherokee Recall Sorted Out? 

When you confirm that your particular Grand Cherokee model has been recalled, the next step is setting up an appointment with a qualified mechanic—and that usually requires that you go to an official Jeep dealership. But setting up appointments can be a hassle, because you've got to find the dealership nearest you, and preferably one that won't charge an arm and a leg to get the recall situation remedied. Plus... you'll want to know:

  • If you're entitled to a refund, replacement, or repair
  • Will the dealership even know for sure until their service technicians get under the hood?
  • Will it cost anything?

These are common questions after a Jeep owner finds out their Grand Cherokee has been recalled, so you're not alone if you want the same answers.

How to Schedule Car Dealership Appointments for Recalls Using DoNotPay

If your vehicle has been recalled, you're entitled to a free repair or replacement with a fast turnaround. It doesn't matter if your car was new or used when you bought it—you can use the DoNotPay Car Recall Repair product to schedule an appointment at your local car dealership and get your vehicle fixed.

How the Car Recall Repair product works:

  1. Tell us about your purchase, including the product name, brand, store you purchased the item from, price, and date of purchase. If you purchased the item online, enter your transaction details and payment method as well.


  2. Tell us how you found out about the recall.


  3. Choose whether you want a refund, repair, or replacement.


  4. Upload photographic evidence of your purchase and the product if you still have it.


  5. Choose whether you have the capacity to return the item or not.


And that's it! DoNotPay will contact your local dealership to request an appointment and ask for your vehicle to be repaired for free.

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DoNotPay Has Hundreds of Ways to Save The Day

We do more than search for recalls and set up repair appointments! We're a company that advocates for consumers and cuts red tape. Here are just a few of the things we can do for you:

Why should you get us on your side? Because we're fast, convenient, and effective at clearing out your checklist of important tasks, we'll save you money and stress in the process. If you've got a Jeep Grand Cherokee under recall, this is the perfect time for you to take us for a spin!

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