Multiple complaints about defective engines in the 2019 Jeep Cherokee SUV have arisen in recent months. From engines that stall or shut off entirely, to engines that catch fire and pose severe safety risk to drivers, passengers, and others on the road, consumers are experiencing a number of serious issues. While the manufacturer has reported nine different recalls for the 2019 Jeep Cherokee SUV, many people are still waiting for a permanent and effective fix for these potentially dangerous malfunctions.
One driver described that he started to smell a strange burning chemical odor coming from the engine, and when the hood was lifted, the engine had caught fire. Another driver experienced repeated incidents where the engine would stall in the middle of the road with no warning. Other common complaints from those who own or lease a 2019 Jeep Cherokee SUV range from excessive oil consumption to engines that simply turn off while the vehicle is in motion. Some drivers have narrowly avoided crashes or other disasters, and they continue to express their concern about the safety of this vehicle.
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