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For a “unnecessary” item that could lead to a gasoline leak and fire, 57,000 Jeep Wranglers have been recalled.

According to a recall notice submitted to the U.S. National Highway Traffic Administration, a “unnecessary” part put on some Jeep Wranglers could puncture the gasoline tank and provide a fire danger.

The recall, according to Chrysler, the manufacturer of Jeep vehicles, affects 57,885 cars, of which 58% are anticipated to contain the “unnecessary and underused frame stud.”

According to Chrysler, the extra stud may pierce the fuel tank after a collision, resulting in a fuel leak.

Recalled automobiles:

2020-2023 According to the investigation, Jeep Wrangler Chrysler stopped producing Wranglers with extra frame studs in May 2022, and as of March 9 it was not aware of any incidents or injuries connected to the recall.

According to the article, affected owners will receive notice of the recall on May 12 and will be given the option to have the frame stud removed for free.

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