2017-2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee recalled because it could roll away if left unattended

2017-2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee recalled because it could roll away if left unattended

Jeep’s quality problems continue. The recent recall covers a bug that could cause the car to roll away if left unattended.


Jeep Australia has recalled 485 of its examples 2017-2019 WJ Jeep Grand Cherokee because of a possible fault that could cause the unattended car to roll away – or, in government jargon, trigger “an unintended vehicle movement”.

the recall notificationfiled with the Department of Infrastructure, says: “Due to an issue during manufacturing, the hydraulic control unit anti-lock braking system module may not function as intended.

“In this case, the brake lights can come on or the vehicle can start and shift out of park without depressing the brake pedal.



“This can lead to unintended vehicle movement.”

Recall notification date January 3, 2023
Do jeep
model Grand Cherokee
Year 2017-2019
vehicles affected 485
VIN list Click here to download the list of affected VINs
contact link Click here contact the vehicle manufacturer

A complete list of vehicle identification numbers for the 485 vehicles involved in the recall can be found here.

Owners can contact Jeep Australia via click hereor contact the car manufacturer’s customer service center on 1800 102277.



Paul Gover

Paul Gover has been a motoring journalist for more than 40 years and has worked for newspapers, magazines, websites, radio and television. A qualified general news journalist and sports reporter, his passion for driving has taken him to Wheels, Motor, Car Australia, Which Car and Auto Action magazines. He is a champion racer as well as a World Car of the Year judge.

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