Also Government: HERES A CAR FOR SALE BY US WITH RECALLED AIRBAGS BUT WE’RE NOT GONNA TELL YOU/FIX IT BEFORE SELLING EVEN THOUGH ITS FREE
Someone put the black key chip in the red key, or vice versa....
Nothing to see here, just 180 or so of the 200 ‘required’ recalled airbags on a pallet ready to be sent away.
FCA US LLC (FCA US) has announced a safety recall on certain 2018 model year (WK) Jeep® Grand Cherokee Trackhawk vehicles equipped with a 6.2L V8 supercharged engine (sales code ESD).
Yo fam, we think we left a nut loose in the passenger airbag....
I can’t see anything going wrong.
Now I have to contact the inept dealer in town here and hope to God they don’t screw something else up while they’re fixing this.
Getting a recall done on your car is easy*. When its a home appliance you bought on eBay... not so much.
Got surprised by a recall notice in the mail. Didn’t read about it or hear about it in the news.... Maybe it’s the lack of FIREY DEATH.
The Passenger Airbag (PAB) door on about 2 of the above vehicles may detach from the instrument panel during airbag deployment. A detached PAB door during airbag deployment could increase the risk of injury to the vehicle occupants.
The fix? WHEEL CHOCKS. And they’re identical to the ones my parent’s 1992 Astro van came with.
Was just touting last week how the CX-5 (and my Mazda3 oh no) never had a recall ever never, and now this:
Recall 470K cars for a new long block during VW shitstorm, hope nobody notices.
300k pickups being bought back from the owners is going to set back FCA a few million dollars. We’ll have to see how this pans out.
Personally, I’m not a fan of brakes. All they do is slow you down. Apparently the Jeep brakes have a mind of their own.
Hi guys, as none of you know i finally replaced the
shitbox ford! Similarly if anyone wants to buy a shitbox wonderful ford focus with 117k miles on it you know who to ask (its me, you ask me) Or a rusty lovely '00 jeep wrangler thats fucking awesome with only 200k on the clock.
Thousands of Vauxhall Corsa and Adam models are being recalled for potential faulty steering components on cars registered since February 2014. Owner of these vehicles are urged not to drive until their vehicle is looked at.
A few months back we studied over 35,000 emails to dealerships on Mojo Motors from shoppers interesting in buying a car. What we found was shoppers don't care about recalls. Only two people asked about them. That's right, only .005 percent of people asked about recalls. Since that article was published, there have…