JEEP PATRIOT – ENGINE MAY CUT OUT

Published on 4 August 2018
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JEEP PATRIOT ( 01/10/2011 –  31/05/2012) DEFECT:  The engine may cut out because the pipe connecting the tanks has been incorrectly manufactured which can stop the fuel transfer from the secondary tank to the primary tank. The fuel gauge will read that there is fuel in the tank when this occurs.


Remedy: Recall the vehicles that are likely to be affected to replace the fuel transfer pipe.



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Recall Launch Date 09/09/2013
Recall No R/2013/085
Make JEEP
Model PATRIOT
Recall Model Information Compass Patriot fitted with 2.4L petrol engines
Manufacturer Ref N17
VIN start 1C4NJDDB0CD519276
VIN end 1C4NJDDBXCD571451
Build start 01/10/2011
Build end 31/05/2012
Vehicle numbers 114

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