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problem #3

Oct 151999

Cherokee 4WD

  • miles
While on vacation we suddenly lost our front brakes on both sides of our Jeep Cherokee sport. When a local mechanic looked at it, he discovered that both front rotors had rusted and completely separated from themselves. The flat larger part that the brake pads clings to, were not attached to the smaller part that the wheel is hooked to. Luckily we were able to stop the vehicle with the emergency brake and were unhurt. The mechanic said that he had never seen both rotors go at the same time. Upon questioning the dealership where we bought the vehicle, they relunctently said that there was a recall, but people were not notified. After searching your sight, I found such a recall, but for older models. Our's is a 1995 Jeep Cherokee and we could have been killed by such a safety hazard. We are currently trying to come to some resolution with the dealership, regarding our repair bill. Why are owners not being notified of these safety hazards?? please update the recall to extend to newer vehicles!! please contact us with further information. Thank you. Shanon albee

- Otis, MA, USA

problem #2

Oct 021998

(reported on)

Cherokee 4WD

  • Automatic transmission
  • miles
Front rotors failed.

- Irvington, NY, USA

problem #1

Sep 181998

(reported on)


  • miles
The rotors split causing the brakes to fail.

- Petersburg, NY, USA