Fiat Chrysler Automóveis Brasil Ltda. is recalling 1,059 units of its Jeep® models due to a possible bolt breaking that secures the high-pressure fuel pump assembly on the turbocharged 1.3-liter inline-four-cylinder engines (known in Brazil as the T270).
According to an official statement from the brand, the possibility of breaking the screw securing the high-pressure fuel pump to the engine was identified.
- 74 units of the 2022 to 2023 Jeep Commander – VIN No. NKN01156 to PKN28745
- 665 units of the 2022 to 2023 Jeep Compass – VIN No. NKK72124 to PKL93406
- 320 units of the 2022 to 2023 Jeep Renegade – VIN No. NK463265 to PK512286
Jeep Brazil dealers will begin scheduling appointments for the fix starting today, Monday, November, 28th. The service will be provided, free of charge, and if necessary the vehicle will receive a replacement high-pressure fuel pump assembly on those recalled vehicles.
The services will be carried out by prior appointment, for this reason, it is important that you contact the dealership of your choice to be informed about the forecast of your service. The estimated repair time is approximately two hours.
To check the chassis numbers involved and/or obtain more information, visit www.jeep.com.br or contact the Jeep Customer Service Center via WhatsApp (31) 2123-4000 or by phone 0800-703-7150.