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Fiat Chrysler Jeep and Ram Recalls

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Fiat Chrysler is doing another recall, this time of almost 94,000 2015 Jeeps and also more than 86,000 Ram Pickups, mostly in North America.  The air conditioning lines in the Jeep Cherokees were placed in such a close proximity to the exhaust manifold that they could catch fire.  In the Ram pickups the rear axle shafts could break and the wheels could separate!  Thankfully the issues were discovered in a Fiat Chrysler investigation finding the axle shafts had not been heat treated properly.  Wearing and overheating could cause the pickup truck’s brake warning light to turn on.  You may see your dealer for replacement of air conditioning lines in the Jeeps and replacement of the axle shafts in the pickup trucks. 

If you or a loved one has suffered an injury due to an automobile defect, feel free to contact our firm with questions.  As always, Inserra & Kelley Law Offices wants all of you out there to remain safe and healthy, so is here to provide the latest information on potentially dangerous products.  You may be entitled to compensation if product defects resulted in injuries or death. 

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  1. Frank Katz says:
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    I own a 2003 Jeep Liberty Sport, that has had a few recalls
    The main one being the gas tank having no protection
    Has been involved in over 50 deaths thru rear end
    Collisions causing fires. In fact an $150 million pmt to a family
    That lost a boy in a horrific rear end collision.
    I in all honesty cannot sell my Jeep, knowing a
    Family might be involved in a rear end collision,
    Which in definition would be called A Lemon
    What recourse do I have❓