Love how right in the midst of this there's some zj guys crying about how zj owners are better than wj owners all the while probably sitting on freeway skinnies tryin to figure how to install led cup holders
I'm totally making light of the issue. Didn't realize it was that time again, but I'm glad it is. These threads are funny and full of fear mongering, people wanting free stuff and safety nazis that want to eliminate all danger from a dangerous world. If your scared of your jeep, sell it.
BTW, why don't wranglers wave to me?
5.2 crate - fourwheelcustoms 2.25 BB - 31x10.50 BFG at-ko's 249/242 swap - front drive shaft upgrade by driveshaftspecialistincorporated - jcr off-road front bumper - engo 12k lbs winch......
Chrysler Group will conduct a voluntary safety recall of 1.56 million 1993-1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee and 2002-07 Jeep Liberty vehicles for supplemental improvement in low-speed crashes. All 1.56 million vehicles will be inspected. If a vehicle doesn’t have a trailer-hitch assembly, Chrysler Group dealers will install a new trailer-hitch assembly to better manage crash forces in low-speed impacts.
Aftermarket trailer hitches will be inspected, and if the hitch is determined to be inadequate or if it has sharp edges, it will be replaced with a new trailer-hitch assembly. While vehicles with factory-installed and Mopar trailer-hitch assemblies will be inspected, it is likely that those vehicles will require no further action.
Chrysler will conduct a customer satisfaction action for the 1999-2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee to inspect aftermarket trailer hitches for any sharp edges and, if necessary, replace with a new trailer-hitch assembly. Owners of 1999-2004 Jeep Grand Cherokees do not need to bring in their vehicles for inspection if it doesn’t have a trailer hitch, or if it has a factory-installed or Mopar trailer hitch.
As Info, I'll be getting a hitch from them. I looked under the jeep today and realized that the Right side of the hitch is RUSTED OUT! Pics will be included when it's done!