This was just expanded to some 2012-2013 models.
FCA US to recall 467,000 Dodge Durangos, Jeep Grand Cherokees
27 February 2015: FCA US, the company previously known as Chrysler, said Friday it is recalling 467,480 Dodge Durangos and Jeep Grand Cherokees worldwide to install new a relay circuit to fix a fuel pump.
The automaker said the fuel pumps might be susceptible to deformation that prevents a vehicle from starting, or lead to an engine stall.
Of the two issues, the failure to start is the more common. FCA US said it is unaware of any injuries or accidents caused by the defect.
It's the same problem that caused the recall of 189,000 other SUVs in September of last year, bringing the total to more than 656,000. A safety advocate says the recall should be expanded even further, contending that problems affect up to 5 million Fiat Chrysler vehicles with similar parts.
The fuel-pump relay is located inside a power module that also helps manage other vehicle functions. FCA said no other functions are affected by the fuel-pump relay.
The recall campaign affects an estimated 338,216 vehicles in the U.S.; 18,991 in Canada; 10,829 in Mexico and 99,444 outside of North America.
The recall affects certain 2012 and 2013 Dodge Durango SUVs and 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokees sold outside of North America with 3.0-liter diesel engines. Current vehicles with EcoDiesel engines are not affected.
The vehicles will be fixed at no cost and owners will be notified if their vehicle is affected.
Owners with questions may call the FCA US Customer Information Center at 1-800-853-1403.
The Center for Auto Safety, a nonprofit advocacy group founded by Ralph Nader, says that FCA's recall is inadequate because millions of other Chrysler vehicles have the same fuel pump power control module as the Grand Cherokee and Durango.
The group filed a petition last year asking the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration to investigate power system failures in Chrysler vehicles that could cause them to stall while being driven.