2007 Jeep Wranglers, Dodge Nitros Recalled


The redesigned 2007 Jeep Wrangler has been a significant sales success for Chrysler. Too bad it’s back in the news for a recall. Tuesday, Chrysler announced that 80,895 2007-model-year Jeep Wranglers and Dodge Nitros will be recalled to fix faulty power modules that could lead to engine stalls.

Wrangler owners had complained of engines stalling at highway speeds, which is a significant problem. In February, Chrysler recalled the same two models, along with many others in the Chrysler family, for faulty antilock brake software.

Owners should receive notification in the next week, and Chrysler will reprogram the power module at no cost.

For more information, owners can call Chrysler at 800-853-1403.

Chrysler to Recall Jeep Wrangler, Dodge Nitro Over Engine Stalls
(The Wall Street Journal)

Two Chrysler Recalls: 50,000 New Cars, 86,000 Dodge Rams (KickingTires)
Most Recalled 2006 Models (KickingTires)

By David Thomas | July 5, 2007 | Comments (3)



I was warned about buying a chrysler product. Should of listened. My 2007 jeep wrangler is falling apart after 3 months and 5,000 miles of highway use. My kids toy trucks last longer.


Ha, ha, ha!! I knew it! All Chrysler or I should say Chrapslers have electrical problems that cause thir engines to fail to start and also stall. The Chrysler Pacifica should be recalled too.

roll over Jeep

you know, Jeep wranglers can flip over. They aren't really safe when it comes to roll-over accidents. in Chicago, one had flipped over in the early in the morning as it came from the gas station. i saw it all. there was no bump or anything on the road.

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