The 2014-2018 model year Jeep Cherokee has been hit with a slew of recalls, now 20 and counting. This is getting ridiculous.
The latest recall involves faulty Power Control Modules affecting 29,000 2014-2018 model year Cherokee SUVs that could cause the cruise control to lock.
Earlier in May, 51,000 2018 Jeep Cherokees were also recalled due to a fire risk caused by leak-prone fuel supply lubes, affecting 2.4-liter engine models, with dealerships offering a free replacement.
There are so many recalls that Autoguide.com has compiled a list of all of them, breaking them all down by models, model year (from 2014), and affected parts.
To learn whether your Jeep Cherokee is involved in any recall, call the FCA US Recall Information Center at (800) 853-1403 or go to the NHTSA recall website and enter your vehicle's 16-digit VIN number.
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