Scotty Kilmer The Real Truth On Chrsyler Pacifica

Jun 8, 2022 | Current Events, The Automobile Consumer News Reports

 Scotty Kilmer The Real Truth On Chrsyler Pacifica

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Chrysler recommends that owners of select Model Year 2016-2022 Pacifica plug-in hybrid electric and gas power vehicles that say in park their vehicles outdoors and away from other vehicles or structures due to a risk of fire, even if the vehicle is turned off.

Owners should also not charge their vehicles. They should continue to park outside and refrain from charging until a remedy is identified.

More than 232,700 vehicles are affected, and Chrysler will notify owners by mail.

Vehicle owners can visit and enter their 17-digit vehicle identification number, or call NHTSA’s Vehicle Safety Hotline at 888-327-4236, to see if their vehicle is under recall. If it is, the owner should park their vehicle outdoors until a remedy is identified and the recall repair is completed. Owners may also contact Chrysler at 800-853-1403.

NHTSA encourages everyone to download its Safer Car App to stay informed on current recalls.

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After 12140 reports of cars catching fire while parked, Chrysler is warning owners of 2017 and 2022 Pacifica plug-in hybrid and gas power minivans not to drive their vehicles until a recall fix is available. In addition, the vehicles shouldn’t be parked near structures or other vehicles. Nearly 280,000 minivans are affected by the recall.   In a statement, the automaker said it is “working to confirm the cause of the fires.” All of the 12 plug-in Hybrid vehicles that caught fire were parked and turned off; eight were plugged in and charging. Chrysler says it’s unaware of any crashes or injuries related to the recall.

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Chrysler already recalled 70,634 Pacifica plug-in hybrids for a different fire-related problem in 2020 and for a fuel-system problem in 2022.

Vehicles recalled: 160,634 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid minivans from the 2017 and 2018 model years, manufactured between Aug. 12, 2016 and Aug. 7, 2021.

The problem: The vehicles may catch fire. Chrysler has not yet determined the cause.

The fix: A remedy isn’t currently available. Chrysler will notify owners as soon as one is developed. It will be available free of charge. In the meantime, owners shouldn’t plug in their vehicles, nor should they park them near structures or other vehicles.

How to contact the manufacturer: Chrysler will contact owners via first-class mail to let them know if their vehicle is included in the recall, and again to let them know when a fix is available. Owners can call Chrysler at ​​800-853-1403.

NHTSA campaign number: 22V077. Chrysler’s own number for this recall is Z11.

Check to see whether your vehicle has an open recall: NHTSA’s website will tell you whether your vehicle has any open recalls that need to be addressed.

If you plug your car’s 17-digit vehicle identification number (VIN) into NHTSA’s website and a recall doesn’t appear, it means your vehicle doesn’t currently have one. Because automakers issue recalls often, and for many older vehicles, we recommend checking back regularly.