Stellantis is recalling over 354,000 Jeeps across the globe due to issues with the rear coil springs, Detroit Free Press reports.
The recall applies to some 2022 and 2023 Jeep Grand Cherokees and 2021 through 2023 Grand Cherokee L SUVs.
According to documents filed with the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the rear coil springs may have been incorrectly installed during production and can fall off while the vehicle is in motion, creating the risk of a crash for the driver and others. This will not affect SUVs equipped with air suspensions.
Stellantis has received 17 warranty claims, two customer assistance reports, and two field reports possibly related to the issue. As of May 25, no crashes or injuries have been reported.
Owners of affected vehicles will receive letters notifying them starting July 28. Dealers will inspect the springs on recalled vehicles and replace them if needed.