There are a few different ways to find out if a Jeep Grand Cherokee has been recalled; these include websites that list recalls by models, print media and by checking the Fiat Chrysler Automotive website, the parent company to Jeep. Jeep Grand Cherokee owners can also register their vehicles with the company through its website and receive direct notices about different recalls and safety concerns.
TheEdmunds website has a list of Jeep recalls including the Jeep Grand Cherokee that lists specific years and models that are being recalled for a variety of problems. Motor Trend magazine lists recalls by year, dating back to 1993.
Some recalls of Grand Cherokees were for problems with air bags, such as the 184,214 cars that were recalled from 2014 to eliminatean internal wiring problem that caused the safety devices to fail. Dealers were responsible for replacing the faulty part on behalf of the company.
Chrysler recalled 467,480 SUVs from 2011, including the Jeep Cherokee, because of a problem with the fuel relay in the fuel pump that caused vehicles to stall or not start. Dealers replaced a fuel relay circuit in the recalled vehicles.
Checking the appropriate lists to make sure a Jeep Grand Cherokee is clear of problems is important for safety reasons and to make sure a year or model is stable when researching a used Jeep before purchasing.