Vehicle Service - Osborne Park Jeep

URGENT SAFETY RECALL - TAKATA AIRBAG

Vehicles fitted with specific Takata airbags have been recalled globally, due to a risk of the airbag rupturing in the event of a deployment. This recall affects millions of vehicles from various manufacturers, with around 1.3 million vehicles affected in Australia.

Although the fault may only be present in a small number of vehicles, it carries a risk of serious injury or fatality. FCA AUSTRALIA regards the safety of our customers and their families as paramount and is fully committed to producing a vehicle with long-lasting reliability. As such, we are urgently recalling all vehicles fitted with this airbag.

Please use our tool below to find out if your vehicle is affected by the recall.

If you have a hearing or speech impairment please contact the National Relay Service for assistance.

If you require further translation services, please contact the National Translation and Interpreting Service for assistance.

MORE INFORMATION

FCA's future recalls are also set out in the Recall Initiation Schedule, which also contains links to FCA's Recall and Replacement Timetable and Default Quarterly Completion Schedule. In addition, you may check whether your vehicle is subject to an active recall by entering your vehicle identification number (VIN) at this link.

If you have a question or need some assistance, please refer to our Takata website FAQs.

For more information on the Takata recall, or to search for affected vehicle details, please visit the ACCC website.

 

HOW DO I KNOW WHETHER MY VEHICLE IS SUBJECT TO A TAKATA RECALL?

FCA will contact you if your vehicle is subject to a Takata recall. As such, it is very important to keep your contact details up to date.

If your contact details have changed, or you have sold your Jeep vehicle, you may update your contact details by contacting Customer Care at takata.au@fcagroup.com.

Please note: Vehicles not under active recall may be recalled at a later date. All planned future recalls are set out in the Recall Initiation Schedule. While the Supplier will seek to contact affected Consumers directly at the relevant time, they may be unable to do so if the Consumer's accurate contact details are not up to date.