Chrysler Issues a Recall for Over 250,000 Jeep Liberties for Rear Wheel Issues
Chrysler recently announced a recall for more than 250,000 of its model years 2004 through 2005 Jeep Liberties due to danger of rust and corrosion in their rear suspensions. The lower control arms that hold the rear wheels in place are prone to developing rust and can fracture thereby resulting in loss of control and potential crash.
The affected vehicles were manufactured between July 3, 2003 and July 14, 2005 and were originally sold or are currently registered in the Salt Belt states. The excessive corrosion to the suspension system is the result of exposure to road salt. Chrysler announced that they are aware of approximately 83 complaints to date, but are not aware of any accidents or injuries.
Chrysler will notify owners of the affected vehicles by mail and dealers will replace the affected components on all vehicles. Chrysler will also reimburse owners of the affected vehicles for any out of pocket expenses related to this issue.
If you own a potential lemon Chrysler or lemon Jeep Liberty and you have presented your vehicle to an authorized Chrysler or Jeep dealership for repair attempts with regard to the suspension system, then you may be driving a lemon and you may be entitled to compensation.
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