A Chrysler recall affecting roughly 10,700 SUVs has been issued by the automobile manufacturer.
The Chrysler recall was issued over problems with the vehicles’ crusie control. Chrysler has dicovered that the system can cause the SUVs to increase in speed more than what is intended. As a result, the company is recalling the vehicles to update their cruise control software.
The SUVs affected by the Chrysler recall are either already at dealerships or are in transit to them. No injuries have been reported due to the cruise control defect. Chrysler also makes it clear that no issues with the brakes of the vehicles are present due to this defect.
Vehicles affected by the Chrysler recall include certain 2014 Dodge Durangos and Jeep Cherokees, Grand Cherokees and Grand Cherokee SRTs. The affected vehicles were assembled between January 16 and April 17 of 2014.
Chrysler will alert customers as to when they can bring their vehicles in for repair. All repairs made to vehicles affected by the Chrysler recall will be covered by the company.