Recall: Occupant Restraint Control Module/Filter

Statement: Occupant Restraint Control Module/Filter

January 31, 2015 , Auburn Hills, Mich. - FCA US LLC is launching a global recall of older-model SUVs and cars to replace their occupant restraint control (ORC) modules and, if necessary, certain impact sensors.
The campaign will upgrade a repair performed as part of a 2012 recall. In that action, a filter was installed to ensure proper function of a potentially faulty ORC module supplied to FCA US and two other vehicle manufacturers.
Since that time, a small number of vehicles affected by the initial campaign (approximately 0.003 percent of the total) were subject to post-repair inadvertent air-bag deployments. Some vehicle occupants suffered minor injuries from contact with the air bags; FCA US is aware of a single related accident.
The new campaign affects an estimated 928,497 vehicles. Estimated volumes by market are as follows: 753,156 in the U.S.; 49,870 in Canada; 21,838 in Mexico; and 103,633 are outside the NAFTA region.
Affected models are 2002-2004 Jeep Grand Cherokees, 2002-2003 Jeep Libertys and 2003-2004 Dodge Vipers. FCA US is unaware of any related air-bag deployments involving either this population of Vipers or the 2004 Cherokees, but the Company is including them in the campaign out of an abundance of caution.

For more information, call: 516-483-5777.

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