Chrysler Vehicle Recall Update 2/15/2022: Chrysler Daimles aka Stellantis recommends that owners of select Model Year 2017-2018 Pacifica plug-in hybrid electric vehicles park their cars outside and away from homes, even if the vehicle is turned off, until their vehicles have been repaired, due to the risk of fire. According to the recall owners should not charge their vehicles. They should continue to park outside and refrain from charging until a remedy is identified. More than 16,700 vehicles are affected, and Chrysler will notify owners by mail. This is just one of several Chrysler vehicle recalls in recent years.
Nobody likes when things don’t work the way they’re supposed to, especially when it’s the two-ton hunk of car parts sitting in your driveway. The most important party involved in an automotive recall is, of course, you, and anything that could potentially threaten your safety should take priority. It’s fortunate for all involved that the law requires automakers to let you know when a repair, no matter how trivial, needs to be made.
It’s a bad look for business when automakers’ products are found to be defective, but it’s far worse when people start getting hurt and lawyers — never mind journalists — get involved. Our Pittsburgh defective products handle automotive recall injury claims for all males and models of vehicles. We want you to be aware of both the problems, available solutions and how we can help if you’ve been injured due to a defective product in your Chrysler such as an airbag or seatbelt.
Please contact our defective product injury lawyers immediately for a free case review. They charge no fees if they do not win benefits and compensation for you.
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