FCA Recall/Buyback and Jeep Software Hack Information

Are you a Jeep or Chrysler owner looking for information about the FCA buyback program?

Larry H. Miller Chrysler Jeep Tucson is your credible source for all the latest information on the 3 different recalls announced in 2013; applying mostly to Ram trucks and Dodge SUVs built between 2008 and 2012. Rather than spend time searching the internet for the most current information, please feel free to complete the form or call our Chrysler Jeep Recall Helpline at: (877) 785-4468. We want to keep you and your family in a safe and reliable vehicle. If you have concerns or already know of required recall repairs on your vehicle, click here to schedule your service now!

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration [NHTSA] granted FCA 60 days to decide how customers will be compensated and if their vehicle will be eligible for a buyback program. If you have already had your vehicle repaired for one of these recalls, no action is required. Customers who have not had their vehicles repaired will have the option of having the recall repair performed or having their vehicle repurchased. The offer will not include any allowance for modifications or upgrades made to the vehicle, i.e. tow bed, lift/winch kit,etc.).

Not sure if your vehicle is affected? Use the VIN lookup tool located on this page. Already know you need recall repairs? Click here to schedule service now.

Hackers Remotely Kill a Jeep on the Highway

Did you hear about the hackers who took over the controls on a Jeep Cherokee? The following video was published on Jul 21, 2015 on YouTube by WIRED magazine. We have the most up-to-date Chrysler Jeep security patch software to upgrade your Uconnect system making it invulnerable to hackers. The security software upgrade takes about and hour to install and an appointment is recommended, we value your time and also offer a shuttle service for your conveniencet. Click here to schedule now.

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Two hackers have developed a tool that can hijack a Jeep over the internet. In the video above, WIRED magazine senior writer Andy Greenberg takes a Jeep for a spin on the highway while the hackers attack it from miles away. Click here to schedule your software security upgrade now. Want to see if your vehicle might be affected? Click here to enter your VIN on the Uconnect website.