Originally Posted by Hoboken
mine came today as well
CUSTOMER RECALL N23
Fiat Chrysler Group will recall approximately 5603 Jeep Commanders and Jeep Grand Cherokee's model years 2006-2010 and 2005 -2010 respectively nationally to perform a software update.
Chrysler Group LLC discovered some circuit boards may transmit compromised signals that enable inadvertent gearshifts to neutral. The software update prevents such occurrences.
The update will be performed at no cost to customers
The recall has not been officially released in the United States as yet but Fiat Chrysler Group have taken a precautionary measure to notify all owners of the upcoming recall, which is due to be released July 2013.
Owners will receive a 2nd Letter explaining the official release once we have confirmed the launch.
To date the only occurrence of inadvertent gearshifts into neutral have been in vehicles fitted with a remote start-up function which is only available in the US .
Chrysler's recall campaign number is N23. Owners may contact FiatChrysler Group customercare centre on 1800-993-619 should they wish to discuss this announcement.
Chrysler Australia Ply Lld trading as Fiat Chrysler Group
437 Plum mer Street, Port Melbourne, VIC 3207
PO Box 23267, Docklands VIC 3008
Ph. +61 3 8698 0200, Fax. +61 3 8698 0250
ABN. 23 125 956 505
I rang jeep/chrysler australia about it the other day, and they ask for your engine number, within seconds he told me that it had 3 upgrades (modules with previous owner). When I queried the power train fault he told me that there was no further recall notices. I supose it's dependant on the engine number...
Well Scrubby what did I say about hearsay I heard about mis-information often coming from Chrysler/Jeep Australia....Wish they'd get their act straight treating us a bit like idiots when out there is the Internet where information flows freely...Well at the moment anyway.