What Does the Recall Mean?
Fiat Chrysler has issued a recall and has offered to buy back hundreds of thousands of Ram pickup trucks from customers. The Ram pickups have been recalled for having defective steering parts that can cause the driver to lose control. Older Jeep models have fuel tanks located behind the rear axle, with little to shield them in a rear crash. This recall has not been issued on recent Ram models. If you are a Ram or Jeep owner and feel your vehicle is affected by this recall, we encourage you to reach out to our dealership for additional details.
What You Need to Know:
Owners with the Jeep recall may in lieu of having the recall repairs performed, trade in the vehicle, and receive a trade-in incentive of $1,000 over the fair-market value of the vehicle, the combined total of which will be credited toward the purchase of another FCA US vehicle or FCA US parts or service. This offer will be extended to current owners, regardless of position of ownership (including second owner, third owner, etc.).The details of the recall completion incentive and trade assist offers will be defined in the coming weeks, and all customers whose vehicles are included in these populations will be contacted in the next 30 days.
Ram owners who haven’t had their vehicles remedied will have the option of having the recall repair performed or have their vehicle repurchased. This offer will be extended to current owners, regardless of position of ownership (including second owner, third owner, etc.). The offer will not include any allowance for modifications or upgrades made to the vehicle, (i.e. tow bed, lift/winch kit, etc.)The details of the repurchase of these vehicles will be defined in the coming weeks, and all customers whose vehicles are included in these populations will be contacted by mail in the next 60 days.
Customers involved in upcoming Customer Service Notification (CSN) campaign, will be contacted by mail with next steps in mid-September. At this time, no action is required by owners in this population.
What to do Next:
If your Ram or Jeep vehicle year and model is listed in the recall, please contact Jim Shorkey Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram. Even if you haven’t purchased your vehicle from our dealership, our knowledgeable sales staff can run your vehicles information through our system and determine if your Ram or Jeep model needs to be brought in to be bought back or repaired in our service department. If you have any questions, please fill out the inquiry form located on the side of this page or give our dealership a call at to start the process.
There is a solution! Jim Shorkey can buy back your affected Chrysler or Jeep vehicle, repair your vehicle, and go over your options to get you back on the road, safely. If you have questions about these recalls or any other Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram recalls, please feel free to contact our dealership at any time at .
Recall N45: Rear Structural Reinforcement
|Jeep Grand Cherokee|
Recall N46: Rear Structural Reinforcement
Recall N08: Rear Axle Pinion Nut. This recall applies only to the vehicles listed below equipped with a 9.25 rear axle (sales code DRB) or a C235 rear axle (sales code DRN)
Recall N49: Left Outer Tie Rod Assembly. This recall applies only to the vehicles listed below built from February 14, 2008 and December 22, 2012 (MDH 021400 through 122218)
|Dodge Ram Truck||2008||2009||2010||2011||2012|
|(DH) 1500 4x4 Mega Cab|
|(DH) 2500/3500 4x4|
|(D1) 3500 Series 4x4|
|(D2) 3500 Series 4x4|
|(DJ) 2500 Series 4x4|
|(DC) 3500 Cab Chassis|
|(DP) 3500 Cab Chassis|
Recall R16: Steering Linkage. This recall applies to only the vehicles listed below built from February 20, 2007 through December 22, 2012 (MDH 022009 through 122210)
|(DH) 4500/5500 Cab Chassis|
|(DP) 4500/5500 Cab Chassis|