The Wranglers may have incorrect fuse fasteners in the high-voltage battery that could cause the fuse to fail. The resulting loss of power could cause crashes without warning, according to a report from NHTSA. The part was manufactured by Samsung SDI America Inc.
Stellantis' North American unit said it is not aware of any accidents or injuries related to the issue. Warning signs that a vehicle is affected may include a malfunctioning indicator lamp, changes in drivability or unusual noise.
Stellantis has also recalled about 220 Mopar SVCE-Kit hybrid battery packs that may have the same issue. The company identified three warranty claims and eight field reports related to these packs, which also were manufactured by Samsung.
Some ProMasters equipped with 62TE transmissions may have a software issue that can cause interference with the park pawl engagement, leading to vehicle roll away.
Stellantis began investigating the 2019-21 ProMasters in August 2022 for a potential rolling while in park condition, according to NHTSA. The automaker said it is now aware of two customer assistance records and more than 60 warranty claims related to the issue but is not aware of any accidents or injuries.