FCA Recalls Nearly 700,000 Trucks over Tailgate Issue, In... FCA is recalling around 700,000 pickup trucks, including 220,000 in Canada. The transmission may not shift into the selected gear, NHTSA documents said, and in park the vehicle may roll away. Stay informed about recalls. The list below shows all known recalls from Transport Canada's database. Customers might notice loose shifter movement if the condition occurs, FCA said, but should still use the regular parking brake gear selection. The statement issued by the company explains that "A review of customer data prompted an FCA investigation that discovered a driveline connection may, in certain circumstances, slip. On the Transport Canada website, the problem is described as follows: “On some vehicles equipped with a two-speed power transfer unit (PTU), the input splines on the front differential may wear out and fail. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is recalling 72,761 Fiat 500 vehicles worldwide over degraded shift cable bushings. Shift cable adjusters will be replaced with "a more robust bushing," recall documents said. To add it to your profile, you will need to sign in. FCA recalls 67,000 Jeep Cherokees for transmission issue The recall applies only to models with a 'low-range' transfer unit . Share; 0 Comments; FCA … It … Find a vehicle, tire or child car seat manufacturer. Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) is recalling 13,569 Jeep Cherokees in Canada to address a transmission problem that could potentially result in a loss of power when in motion, or else cause the vehicle to move even when stationary and in the Park position. The recall affects 2012-13 model-year Fiat 500s: 51,788 vehicles in the U.S.; 10,627 in Canada; 3,520 in Mexico and 6,826 outside of North America. This database includes recalls from Health Canada, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, and Transport Canada. For enquiries, contact us. If this happens, there could be a loss of power to the wheels. You will not receive a reply. ISSN 2475-501X (online), Kia, Hyundai recalling 52,000 vehicles in Canada over leaks that could cause fire, FCA Canada recalls 22,000 diesel vehicles to fix stalling problem, Honda Canada recalls 53,770 Odysseys, Passports, Pilots over various problems, Sponsored Content: The Future of Customer Engagement in Automotive Retail, Yes, send me info about special editorial content, new features, events, subscriptions, webinars and research from, Yes, send me info and whitepapers from select third-party partners of, How suppliers and automakers saved the industry amid a pandemic, Automakers, suppliers tackle new crises together, Honda, Toyota most preferred by suppliers, Lawsuit challenges Trump's authority on steel, auto tariffs, Suppliers association praises Ford-Unifor deal, saying it provides stability, Why Unifor's green dream of EV production might not come true, Auto companies risk exposing private data as working from home continues, Tesla in talks to buy low-carbon nickel from Canada, report says, McLaren North America rebrands certified pre-owned program, Cox Automotive cuts 1,600 jobs in North America, Conversation begins about passing pandemic costs to customers, Auto industry may avoid compliance penalties under USMCA for a year, USMCA to enter into force July 1, Lighthizer says, U.S. abruptly lifts tariffs on Canadian aluminum, Aluminum tariff adds wrinkle just as USMCA gets going, Trump reimposes Canadian aluminum import tariff to stem ‘flood’; Canada retaliates, Porsche, Apple Music partner on infotainment, Vietnam-tied hackers said to target auto industry, Vehicle screens go super-sized at CES as tech catches up, Automakers push to reopen plants with testing and lots of masks, Ford, UAW reach tentative pact in U.S. with billions worth of investment, GM Canada says it will find 2,400 jobs for Oshawa workers, FCA to idle Ontario minivan plant for 8 days, union says, Tentative contract between Ford, Unifor anything but a done deal, Nissan's Titan could have been a contender — and still could be, Coronavirus impact: Canadian plant workers at the mercy of U.S. policy, A call for clarity on self-driving terminology, Communication is key to keeping dealership family together, How giving back to their communities helps dealerships succeed, Green dealerships good for business and for hiring, Embrace millennials and technology or be left behind, dealers warned, Magna CEO says USMCA will mean 'more jobs, more investment' in Canada, Top auto execs to address industry upheaval at 2020 Canada Congress, VIDEO: Why Ford's Hinrichs is bullish on USMCA.