|Dynamic Head Restraints||Not Available|
|Head Restraint||Driver, Front Passenger, Rear Seat|
|Advanced Belt Feature||Standard|
|Adjustable Upper Belt Anchorage||Driver, Front Passenger|
|Seat Belt Reminder System||Driver, Front Passenger|
|Frontal Air Bag||Driver, Front Passenger|
|Head/Torso||Driver, Front Passenger|
|Additional Air Bags||Not Available|
|Meets Side Air Bag Out-of-Position Requirements||No|
|LATCH Locations||Rear Seat|
|Safety Power Windows (Anti-Pinch)||Not Available|
|Safety Power Windows (Anti-Pinch) locations||Not Available|
|NHTSA ID Number:||11322112|
|Consumer Location:||BETHESDA, MD|
FCA (JEEP CHRYSLER) HAS ISSUED A NOTIFICATION TO OWNERS VIA V88: "THE REAR QUARTER WINDOWS VERTICAL RETAINER ON YOUR VEHICLE MAY NOT BE PROPERLY INSTALLED TO THE DOOR RAIL AFTER REMOVAL. THIS CONDITION MAY CAUSE THE SOFT TOP REAR QUARTER WINDOW PANELS TO SEPARATE FROM THE VEHICLE WHILE DRIVING AT HIGHWAY SPEEDS." THIS VERY SITUATION ACTUALLY OCCURRED IN OUR VEHICLE WHILE DRIVING AT HIGH SPEED (I.E. THE SPEED LIMIT) ON I95 IN VIRGINIA ON 3/3/20. WITHOUT ANY WARNING, THE REAR QUARTER PANEL BLEW OUT ONTO THE HIGHWAY. THE NOISE WAS SO STARTLING, IT IS AMAZING THE DRIVER WAS ABLE TO MAINTAIN CONTROL OF THE VEHICLE. ALSO, NO OTHER MOTORIST WAS IMPACTED BY THE DISLODGED WINDOW (THIS TIME). HOWEVER, AS THIS WAS IN THE EVENING ON A HIGH-SPEED INTERSTATE, IT WAS NOT SAFE TO PULL OVER AND TRY TO RETRIEVE THE WINDOW FROM THE DRIVING LANES SO, WE ARE NOT CERTAIN THAT THE DISLODGED WINDOW DID NOT THEN PRESENT A POTENTIAL ROAD HAZARD TO OTHER MOTORISTS. HERE IS THE LINK TO THE FCA V88 NOTICE: HTTPS://WWW.CHRYSLER.COM/UNIVERSAL/WEBSELFSERVICE/PDF/V88.PDF I AM TRYING TO SEEK REIMBURSEMENT FROM FCA TO REPLACE THE WINDOW BUT THEY REFUSE TO TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE INCIDENT. THE GREATER CONCERN IS THAT IT COULD HAPPEN TO US AGAIN AND, MORE THAN LIKELY, WILL HAPPEN TO MANY OTHER DRIVERS OF SIMILAR VEHICLES. I SUSPECT NOT ALL CASES WILL HAVE OUTCOMES WHERE NO ONE WILL BE INJURED (OR KILLED).
|NHTSA ID Number:||11171581|
|Consumer Location:||PORT ORANGE, FL|
WHEN DRIVING ON ANY TYPE OF ROAD, THE JEEP WANDERS ALL OVER THE LANE AND TAKES CONSTANT STEERING WHEEL INPUT TO MAINTAIN THE VEHICLE IN ITS LANE. THE FASTER THE SPEED ABOVE 30, THE WORSE THE CONDITION IS. THERE SEEMS TO BE A LOT OF PLAY IN THE STEERING WHEEL AT NORMAL SPEEDS ALMOST LIKE IT IS NOT CONNECTED. IT IS VERY TIRING TO DRIVE ON THE EXPRESSWAY BECAUSE IT NEEDS CONSTANT COURSE CORRECTION. SEVERAL TIMES IT HAS WANDERED OFF OF A ROAD SHOULDER ON ITS OWN. WE HAVE HAD OVER 17 VEHICLES OVER THE YEARS AND THIS IS THE ONLY ONE THAT BEHAVES THIS WAY. AT TIMES IT FEELS VERY, VERY UNSAFE, SCARY AND TIRING TO DRIVE. JUST FEELS LIKE SOMETHING IS EXTREMELY WRONG WITH THE STEERING AND IT IS NOT TRUSTWORTHY AND MAY CAUSE AN ACCIDENT.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11441791|
|Consumer Location:||MARSHALL, MO|
2 times now the stearing has felt as though it locked up while driving . Both times I have noticed it was a colder morning say 30f . Very scary when it happens
|NHTSA ID Number:||11441735|
|Consumer Location:||BRIDGEHAMPTON, NY|
The contact owns a 2018 Jeep Wrangler. The contact stated that the vehicle was parked in the garage for 10 days. The contact stated that as he opened the garage door, he saw smoke. The contact looked around but he could not determine the cause of the failure. The contact stated that he opened the hood of the vehicle and noticed that the fuse box and the fuse wires had burned. There were no injuries sustained. A police report was not filed. The independent mechanic arrived to the contact's residence and diagnosed that the fuse box and the fuse wires had burned. The vehicle was towed to the dealer for diagnosis. The manufacturer was notified of the failure and sent an investigator who diagnosed the vehicle. The manufacturer sent a letter to the contact stating that based on the investigator report, no issues were found and the failure was not a manufacturer defect. The dealer informed the contact that the fuse box and fuse wires needed to be replaced and he would be responsible for the cost of the repair. The vehicle was not repaired. The approximate failure mileage was 1,100.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11441550|
|Consumer Location:||TAMPA, FL|
Initial problem was the auto restart stopped working when the vehicle came to a complete stop. Then noted a couple of months later the dash board electronics started displaying random screens and warning lights. Finally the car refused to start and shift out of park and the display unit showed milage at 999999 and no indication as to the problem with vehicle. All alarm lights were also on in dash display. Towed to dealer and they said they had to replace 2 batteries.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11441526|
|Consumer Location:||COLUMBIA, SC|
My Jeep has began to shake violently on two recent occasions 11/18 and 11/23 at highway speeds. I tracked back to see if something was in the road, but all I found was a small imperfection about 1 inch tall in the road seam. The vehicle began to shake so violently that it took all I could do to keep from colliding with neighboring cars. The internet calls this “death wobble “ and it was supposed to be repaired by the dealer under recall. I had the work completed over a year ago and the vehicle is still affected.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11441125|
|Consumer Location:||PORT WASHINGTON, NY|
My Steering wheel keeps locking up and I am unable to turn the wheel. My power steering fluid is fine cause I had it checked. The only way to unlock the steering wheel is to step in the brake. I believe it has something to do with the power steering pump. I have set up an appointment with Jeep for service. I recently had my jeep inspected and it passed. No warning lights have come up. It’s a very scary experience as I almost got into an accident as I was not able to turn the wheel until I stepped on the brake.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11440393|
|Consumer Location:||STANHOPE, NJ|
Steering sticks going around a curve… Feels like someone is holding the wheel.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11440228|
|Consumer Location:||NEW BERLIN, WI|
The right side sun visor broke. One month later the driver side visor broke. Both by the mounting stem.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11439453|
|Consumer Location:||COVINGTON, PA|
I was driving to work at approximately 7:50 am when the outside ambient temperature was below freezing (approximately 30 degrees Fahrenheit). The vehicle was operating normally until I came to a long, sweeping, and gradual curve on a road that I take every day to get to work. As I entered this curve to the right, driving at approximately 60mph, my steering locked up causing the Jeep to drift into the other lane of traffic. After 2-3 seconds of steering lock, the wheel released and I was able to jerk the vehicle back into my lane. Normal operation resumed, until I came to a similar curve, just up the road, when the lockup happened again. Again, the curve was long, sweeping, and gradual, and I was driving at approximately 60mph.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11439150|
|Consumer Location:||LOUISVILLE, KY|
This morning while taking my Jeep to work, the steering was locked up on me. I had roughly 15 degrees of movement on either side. I had to take a turn and use every bit of my strength to turn the Jeep until I could physically feel my steering loosen up and then drove normal. I always use my remote start and let it warm up before driving on cold mornings. It doesn't have any mods on it either that aren't from Jeep.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11438507|
|Consumer Location:||BLOSSVALE, NY|
While driving around the speed of 55 or high the steering wheel seems to lock up and you can't turn it. This is extremely unsafe as it has almost caused major accidents.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11438316|
|Consumer Location:||ANNANDALE, VA|
Entire vehicle continues to shake violently about 1/3 of the time after hitting a bump at highway speeds. Shaking has become increasingly prevalent and pronounced, and it lasts for a longer duration when unable to slow down under 45 mph while driving. Vehicle shake has been noticed by other drivers, who signaled about the issue while driving. Manufacturer recall has been completed twice, but issue continues to get worse.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11438088|
|Consumer Location:||BREWSTER, MA|
I have had an issue since the vehicle was 6 months old, When applying the brakes, the pedal is low (half way to the floor), not a good feeling. When I do a quick pump, the pedal comes up to safe, responsive level and I get a good safe stop. I don't tow much, but i occasionally tow a small boat, I then don't feel safe at all. I have had it in to the dealer no less than 6 times for the issue and they claim all is ok. I have also paid to have an independent shop look at it and they do find it a problem and even a fix as when they pinched off the front hoses, the pedal was right up top. The last time at the dealer I was told that Jeep does realize that they have an issue but cannot supply replacement parts as they are needed for the cars being built...PLEASE HELP!
|NHTSA ID Number:||11437977|
|Consumer Location:||TEMPLE, TX|
Vehicle has 13,000 miles on it and manual transmission keeps popping out of second gear. This has almost cause 5 rear end collisions.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11436904|
|Consumer Location:||BATON ROUGE, LA|
The Uconnect (Infotainment System) screen in our vehicle has suffered from delamination. The delamination between the two parts of the screen has resulted in persistent "ghost touching". This is where the screen acts as if it has been touched even though it has not. This ghost touching is sporadic and volatile and results in a very large distraction for the driver. On more than one instance this distraction has almost led to a collision. At one point the touch screen started to self dial SOS and would not respond to the initial attempts to hang up, causing the driver to be distracted and almost cause a collision. This is a known problem affecting multiple FCA vehicles where they have chosen to not recall or support the replacement of the faulty part. This issue can endanger the vehicle driver and others on the road way.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11436362|
|Consumer Location:||LAWRENCEBURG, IN|
Random intervals the jeep dash complety shuts down and loses all power steering and ABS and stability control functions. Ran codes and says its losing connection the the tcm. Abs module fails to relieve signal from can bus c
|NHTSA ID Number:||11436001|
Driving 72 mph on the interstate when I exited a bridge, there was a bump in the road. The front started to vibrate vigorously and the steering vibrated so hard that I almost had a wreck. Slowed down to 40 mph and the vibrating stopped.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11436019|
|Consumer Location:||SMITHS GROVE, KY|
Driving 72 mph on interstate, crossed a bridge and as I exited the bridge hit a rough spot and the 2018 Jeep Wrangler I was driving, suddenly the front end started vibrating vigorously and the steering wheel starting vibrating so bad I almost lost control of the vehicle. Finally I slowed down to 40 mph and the vibration stopped. I am afraid to drive the vehicle at a high rate of speed on the interstate because of the possibility of having a wreck. This need to be taken care immediately by the company at no charge to me. The vehicle only has 5500 miles on it. I bought it new.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11435415|
|Consumer Location:||NORCROSS, GA|
STEERING WHEEL ASSIST SEEMS TO BE FAIOLING WHEN VEJICLE IS IN MOTION. IT FEELS LIKE THE STEERING STIFFENS UP OR ACTS AS IF THE CAR IS TURNED OFF.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11434948|
|Consumer Location:||HEDGESVILLE, WV|
In July 2021 our 19 year old daughter was driving our 2018 Rubicon on a trip 2 hours or so from home when all of the dash warning lights came on speedometer was lost . Panicked she asked us what to do? We told her to take it to the closest Jeep dealership (Ladd-Hanford DCJR) to see if the vehicle was safe to drive. She was told it just needed an oil change and it was safe to drive. About 10 days later my wife was driving the vehicle and the same thing happened. The vehicle was taken to our local dealer where they tried to diagnose, unable to duplicate the problem it was returned to us. We returned about 10 days later same lights coming on, this time power steering was lost. Dealership worked with Chrysler engineering and determined that the ABS module needed replaced. Work completed and Jeep was picked up. About 10 days later dash warning lights on, speedometer display out, power steering lost, back to dealership. Unable to look at at that time appointment made and returned. It is now September 30th we have cases opened with Chrysler and Mopar Warrantee. Vehicle is still at the dealership, diagnosis is now a $2000.00 chaffed wiring harness just outside the fuse box not covered by anybody. No guarantee that this will fix it. Neither will put anything in writing. I have tried to be patient, we need our vehicle. I do not feel that my family or others are safe when it pertains to this vehicle. I don't want it to be involved in an accident that could cause serious injury or death.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11434241|
|Consumer Location:||NORTH LAS VEGAS, NV|
Experienced the death wobble. At speeds over 70 mph hitting a few bumps in the road the front end would shake violently would have to get the speed under 50mph in order to get it to stop. Has happened over a dozen times
|NHTSA ID Number:||11433600|
|Consumer Location:||OVERLAND PARK, KS|
Stop/Start feature began intermittently working only in March of 2020. Stopped working completely in May. On July 31, 2020 it began functioning. Never worked again after that day. In March 2021 I had the vehicle serviced and advised the dealership it was not functioning. No tests were run and was advised I needed to drive the vehicle more to keep the auxiliary battery charged. On September 12, 2021, vehicle would not start after driving it most of the day. Had to jump start to get running. Would not start the next morning. On 9/13/21, jump started and driven to dealership. R/O Number 6085781/1. Installed BBAUX101AB battery due to Start/Stop battery failed. Stop/Start was not functioning upon leaving dealership. Did not function until 9/19/21 at 8:50am at an intersection. Disengaged the function by pressing the button on the dash. Vehicle shut down, displayed push brake to start. Vehicle put in park. Would not start. Had to use pull cord under gear shift to get in neutral and push out of roadway. Jump started to drive. Vehicle displayed "Stop Safely, vehicle will shut off soon." while driving down the street. Upon arrival, put in reverse to enter driveway, vehicle stopped reversing, felt like it was in neutral, vehicle engine began racing, instrument panel began flashing warnings, had to forcefully hold the brake, would not shift in to park or drive. All gear lights lit up on gearshift. Was afraid the vehicle was going to accelerate and crash. Passengers immediately abandoned the vehicle. Pushed to the start button and vehicle finally shut down. Warning flashing were: Service Electronic Stability Control, Service Power Steering, Service Airbag System, Service 4WD, Service Antilock Brake System, Passenger Airbag On (with no passenger). Instrument needles began moving up and down and would not stop. Opened door and needles ticked, blank screen and a ding. Did this for over an hour before all stopped. Vehicle completely dead. Will not jumpstart.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11432678|
|Consumer Location:||OAKLAND PARK, FL|
I was driving down a major highway at approx 60 mph. The entire vehicle started violently shaking; uncontrollably. It was very difficult to control steering. This continued for approx. 2 minutes. No warning lights came on
|NHTSA ID Number:||11431735|
|Consumer Location:||ESCONDIDO, CA|
My Jeep Stalled on me in the middle of the street at Night. All of the lights dimmed out including my Emergency lights, I couldn’t put into Neutral or turn it on I had to get it towed Home. Both batteries replaced it turns on but stalls. Could be the alternator?
|NHTSA ID Number:||11431486|
|Consumer Location:||RENO, NV|
Service Air Bag warning light comes on intermittently. Dealer wants me to drive car for 3 weeks before fixing or even looking at vehicle. From my research this has happened with many Jeeps. The vehicle has only 13,000 miles on it. I do not know whether my air bags will work in an accident or not.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11431225|
|Consumer Location:||MEDIA, PA|
Corrosion on all aluminum panel and hinges could lead to failure of hinge.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11429512|
|Consumer Location:||POLK, OH|
The seat adjustment latch in the driver side. The quick release latch and the cabling associated with it locked up causing the seat to become unlatched and recline fully while vehicle was in motion. Seat also slid forward and back along the roll track unable to lock into position.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11429355|
|Consumer Location:||ANDOVER, MN|
Within a week with no wear or tear -14000 miles; ALL hinges on all doors as well as the door panels are corroding from the inside out. Huge safety issue- All Wrangler forums are reporting this as well. A paint and bondo job are not the answer! The safety prospect would be New doors and hinges - which are a must. My doors have never been removed! AND my jeep is garaged.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11428935|
|Consumer Location:||WINSTON-SALEM, NC|
The contact owns a 2018 Jeep Wrangler. The contact received notification of NHTSA campaign number: 21V028000 (Power Train) and the vehicle was taken to the local dealer and a software update and the recall repair were performed. Two weeks after the repairs were performed, while driving 50 mph, the contact depressed the clutch to shift gears and depressed the accelerator pedal however, the vehicle failed to accelerate. The contact was able to shift gears however, the vehicle would not accelerate. The contact was able to slowly move the vehicle over to a highway off ramp and moved the vehicle to a parking lot. The contact had the vehicle towed back to the local dealer to be diagnosed. The contact was informed that the clutch assembly needed to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The failure mileage was 35,088.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11428726|
|Consumer Location:||CATHEDRAL CITY, CA|
The contact owns a 2018 Jeep Wrangler. The contact received notification of NHTSA Campaign Number: 21V028000 (Power Train). The contact called the local dealer and stated they were not aware of the recall and disregarded the recall. The contact stated that in May 2021, while her husband was driving 40 mph, he started to smell an unpleasant odor. The contact stated that no warning light was illuminated. The contact called the local dealer again and made them aware of the failure. The contact also stated that while her husband and daughter were driving the vehicle, they both would hear abnormal noises. The contact stated no warning light was illuminated. The contact took the vehicle the following day to local dealer, where it was diagnosed with needing the clutch to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired but was pending repairs. The manufacturer had not been informed of the failure. The failure mileage was 27,588.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11427524|
|Consumer Location:||MARIETTA, GA|
WHILE TRAVELING THIS WEEKEND, MY 2018 JEEP WENT INTO "DEATH WOBBLE" WHICH CAUSED LOSS OF CONTROL OF VEHICLE ON A HIGHWAY CAUSING ME TO EXIT THE ROAD. I WAS GOING ABOUT 70 MPH AT THE TIME AND THERE WERE SOME IMPERFECTIONS ON THE ROAD. I SEARCH ONLINE WHEN HOME AND SAW THAT THIS HAS BEEN AN ISSUE IN THE PAST. HOWEVER, WHEN LOOKING AT THE VIN ON NHTSA RECALL CHECK IT SHOWS NO RECALLS. WHILE DRIVING I WAS ABLE TO REMAIN COMMON AND ANALYZE THE SITUATION. HOWEVER THIS IS A MAJOR SAFETY ISSUE IF ONE OF KIDS EXPERIENCED THE SAME SITUATION. I DON'T FEEL SAFE TO DRIVE THIS VEHICLE ON THE HIGHWAY. PLEASE ADVISE
|NHTSA ID Number:||11426167|
|Consumer Location:||SARTELL, MN|
The contact owns a 2018 Jeep Wrangler. The contact stated while driving at an undisclosed speed, the steering wheel ceased, and the vehicle became difficult to steer. The contact stated that there was no warning light illuminated. The vehicle was taken to a local dealer where it was diagnosed however, the mechanic stated that nothing needed to be replaced. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer had not been informed of the failure. The failure mileage was approximately 17,706.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11425331|
|Consumer Location:||ASBURY, NJ|
My 2018 wrangler accelerates when not on the gas pedal, and both the engine light and electronic throttle light comes on. My Jeep has been to the dealer 4 times for this issue and it still goes unfixed. It has been to an independent service center once, and they diagnosed the PCM (powertrain control module) as failing. This issue is very dangerous for myself and anyone else on the road as my jeep will accelerate at random.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11424797|
|Consumer Location:||CANTON, MI|
I was in my car at a gas station and the car had shut down with ABS light, check engine light. The car would not start up with push to start. The shifter also was locked into place when the car eventually ended up starting. 5 mins later the car finally started up and all the of the warning lights/messages went away. I received an oil change + inspection from a dealership and nothing was found. This same problem happened again in a parking lot, (ABS, check engine, car not turning on) and I took my car to the dealership for service. They performed an inspection and I was told the ABS module needed to be replaced. About a week later I picked up my car from the dealership after they told me they fixed the issue and my car was good to go. THE SAME DAY, I had the same problem except this time it was significantly worse and extremely dangerous for myself and others. This time, WHILE driving my "serviced" vehicle, the ABS light, check engine light came on, dashboard stopped working, and the steering wheel also had locked while DRIVING and I was unable to turn. I was extremely terrified and I immediately pulled the car over. After multiple attempts to start the car (same issue as before: car would not start, ABS/check engine light) I promptly took the vehicle to the dealership again. The dealership is charging me again for another inspection, hours after their service? It seems that they are using this as an opportunity to make money, rather than actually fix the issue with the vehicle. This should not be about money, this is EXTREMELY DANGEROUS. The service the dealership has provided not only endangered my life, but the lives of others around me. I am extremely fortunate that this did not happen on the freeway. The dealer did not fix the problem, and in fact made the car dangerous with some of these new issues, the steering wheel locking up and the disabled dashboard. The part they replaced did not fix my car and put me, as well as others in a DANGEROUS situation.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11423804|
|Consumer Location:||SEATTLE, WA|
The contact owns a 2018 Jeep Wrangler. The contact stated while driving approximately 50 mph, the clutch ceased. The vehicle was towed to the local dealer and was diagnosed that the pressure plate overheated and caused damage to the flywheel. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. The contact received notification of NHTSA campaign number: 21V028000 (Power Train) however, the part to do the recall repair was unavailable. The failure mileage was approximately 47,000. Parts distribution disconnect.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11423519|
|Consumer Location:||GRAHAM, NC|
Coming back from a mini vacation we stopped at a gas station to refuel. Could smell something burning but was not sure from where it was coming from. 45 minutes later we hard a loud pop and rpm’s went up. Clutch went completely out. Was barely able to pull it off the highway and into a gas station. Had to cut cars off due to not being able to put the jeep in gear to get rolling again. I’m three hours away from my home. Had just took the jeep to the dealer for service and was told EVERYTHING LOOKED GOOD. No issues with the clutch or anything along the lines of that. EXTREMELY upset. This need to be resolved ASAP. Broke down at 7:10pm wasn’t able to get a tow truck to me until 10:30pm
|NHTSA ID Number:||11423666|
|Consumer Location:||SHERMAN, TX|
Coolant reservoir cracked to allow coolant to leak at 5800 miles.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11420074|
|Consumer Location:||MIAMI GARDENS, FL|
The contact owns a 2018 Jeep Wrangler. The contact received notification of NHTSA campaign number: 21V028000 (Power Train) and an unknown campaign number. The contact was informed that the part for the second recall was not available and the dealer suggested that the vehicle remain at the dealer until the part became available. The contact stated after 30 days the vehicle was returned with both recalls completed. The contact stated on May 20,2021 while driving 80 mph, the vehicle experienced the death wobble. The contact stated there was no warning light illuminated. The contact took the vehicle to the local dealer however, the mechanic was unable to diagnose the failure. The vehicle was not repaired. The contact stated that he had taken the vehicle to the dealer a total of five times however, the failure persisted. The manufacturer was informed of the failure. The failure mileage was approximately 41,000.
|NHTSA ID Number:||11419570|
|Consumer Location:||RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA|
The contact owns a 2018 Jeep Wrangler. The contact stated while driving at various speeds, the steering wheel vibrated abnormally, requiring added effort to keep the vehicle driving in a straight line. There was no warning light illuminated. The vehicle was taken to the local dealer to be diagnosed. The contact was informed that the front track bar bracket needed to be replaced. The vehicle was not yet repaired. The manufacturer was informed of the failure and referred the contact back to the dealer. The failure mileage was approximately 14,000.