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Federal regulators have opened three investigations into safety issues with vehicles made by Stellantis.
The largest probe covers almost a million and a half Jeep Cherokee SUVs from the 2014 through 2020 model years. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says it has 80 complaints that the electronic parking brakes can turn on while the SUVs are moving.
Another probe covers almost 300 thousand Jeep Compass and Patriot model SUVs from 2016 due to complaints about engine stalling. The agency also says it has complaints of a transmission problems causing Chrysler Pacifica plug-in hybrid minivans to lose power. The investigations could lead to recalls.
Other headlines for July 26, 2022:
- Detroit leaders gather at WCCC to discuss the city’s undercount in the last Census
- Detroit Public Schools says summer school students have the option to wear masks
- Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue marks 100th anniversary with $5 million dollar renovation project
Photo Credit: Stellantis North America