It’s a fair question to ask, especially since Americans now have billions and billions of dollars invested in GM and Chrysler. The feds becoming a player in an otherwise private industry – while writing the rules – probably should be a concern.
Gee, did we hear any comment about Chrysler’s (Jeep Commander) Safety Recall H19 from Congress? Any demand for Congressional hearings? Has the CEO been summoned to a committee room with TV cameras and lights?
I’m just saying…
SAFETY RECALL H19 – REPROGRAM POWERTRAIN CONTROL MODULE
This notice is sent to you in accordance with the requirements of the National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act.
Chrysler has decided that a defect, which relates to motor vehicle safety, exists in some 2006 model year Jeep® Commander vehicles equipped with a 4.7L engine.
The problem is…
The Powertrain Control Module on your Jeep (VIN: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx) was programmed with software that may allow the engine to stall under certain operating conditions. This can cause a crash without warning.
Here’s a scan of a recall notice sent to Jeep owners (and a PDF).