Safety Recall Z24 / NHTSA 22V-180 Second Row Child Seat Tether – 2021-2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee L

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March 24, 2022 NHTSA CAMPAIGN NUMBER: 22V180000

Tether Weld Missing From Seat Back Frame/FMVSS 225

A missing weld may allow the child seat tether to separate from the seat frame during a crash, increasing the risk of injury.

 

NHTSA Campaign Number: 22V180

Manufacturer Chrysler (FCA US, LLC)

Components CHILD SEAT, SEATS

Potential Number of Units Affected 4,586

 

Summary

Chrysler (FCA US, LLC) is recalling certain 2021-2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee L vehicles. These vehicles may have been built with a missing weld from the seat back frame to the child seat tether anchorage. As such, these vehicles fail to comply with the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard number 225, “Child Restraint Anchorage Systems.”

 

Remedy

Dealers will inspect and, if necessary, replace the second-row seat back frame, free of charge. Owner notification letters were mailed April 7, 2022. Owners may contact FCA US, LLC customer service at 1-800-853-1403. FCA US LLC’s number for this recall is Z24.

 

Notes

Owners may also contact the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Vehicle Safety Hotline at 1-888-327-4236 (TTY 1-800-424-9153), or go to www.nhtsa.gov.

 

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New Safety Recall Advanced Communication – Z24

FCA US LLC (FCA US) has announced a safety recall on certain 2021 and 2022 Model Year (WL) Jeep® Grand Cherokee L vehicles equipped with one of the following second row seat configurations: 7-passenger 60/40 split bench (sales code CF1) or 6-passenger bucket seats (sales code CAW).

 

REASON FOR THIS SAFETY RECALL

Some of the above vehicles may have been built with a missing weld or welds from the seat back frame to the child tether on one or both of the second row seats. This condition may not meet the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) 225 strength requirement for tether anchorages. A tether anchorage separating completely from the vehicle seat may increase the risk of injury to the occupant of the child seat in a crash.

The condition described above potentially results in a failure to meet requirements of FMVSS No. 225 S6.3.1 requires that, “Strength requirements for tether anchorages […] when tested […] in accordance with S8 […] must not separate completely from the vehicle seat or seat anchorage or the structure of the vehicle.”

 

SERVICE ACTION

FCA US will conduct a voluntary safety recall to inspect and, if necessary, replace the second row seat back frame. The remedy for this condition is not currently available. Dealers will be notified of the launch of this safety recall by way of established communication methods. This recall is estimated to launch in 2nd Quarter of 2022.

 


Revision (1) April 2022

Dealer Service Instructions for:

Safety Recall Z24 / NHTSA 22V-180 Second Row Child Seat Tether

 

NOTE: Revised seat to floor torque specifications.

 

Remedy Available

2021-2022 (WL) Jeep Grand Cherokee L

NOTE:  This recall applies only to the above vehicles equipped with one of the following second row seat configurations: 7-passenger 60/40 split bench (sales code CF1) or 6-passenger bucket seats (sales code CAW).

NOTE:  Some vehicles above may have been identified as not involved in this recall and therefore have been excluded from this recall.

 

IMPORTANT:  Some of the involved vehicles may be in dealer new vehicle inventory.  Federal law requires you to complete this recall service on these vehicles before retail delivery.  Dealers should also consider this requirement to apply to used vehicle inventory and should perform this recall on vehicles in for service.  Involved vehicles can be determined by using the VIP inquiry process.

 

Subject

The second row seats on about 4,500 of the above vehicles may have been built with a missing weld or welds from the seat back frame to the child tether on one or both seats. Vehicles built with a missing weld from the seat back frame to the child tether may not meet the FMVSS 225 strength requirement for tether anchorages. A tether anchorage separating completely from the vehicle seat may increase the risk of injury to the occupant of the child seat in a crash.

The condition described above potentially results in a failure to meet requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) No. 225 S6.3.1 requires that, “Strength requirements for tether anchorages […] when tested […] in accordance with S8 […] must not separate completely from the vehicle seat or seat anchorage or the structure of the vehicle.”

 

Repair

Inspect the second row seats child tether spot welds and replace the seat back frame if child tether welds do not pass inspection.

 

Special Tools

No special tools are required to perform the inspection or service procedures.

 

Inspection Procedure

  1. Open the rear doors to access the second row seats inside the vehicle.

 

NOTE: This inspection procedure applies to ALL second row seat types 60% 40% split bench (sales code CF1) or bucket (sales code CAW) and must be performed on ALL second row seats.

 

  1. Lift the recliner handle to fold the second row seats flat (Figure 1).

 

NOTE: It may be necessary to move the front seats forward to make enough room for folding the second row seats flat.

 

  1. Pull up to detach the J-channels closeout along the bottom of the seat back (Figure 2).

 

  1. Untuck the zippers from the sides of the seats (Figure 3).

 

  1. Open the zippers up by pulling upward with a small hook tool in the eye loop of the zipper (Figure 3).

 

  1. Fold the seat back cover up to expose the seat cover push pin retainers (Figure 4).

 

  1. Remove the seat cover push pin retainers from the seat back frame by using a push pin puller (Figure 4).

 

  1. Pull the trim cover through the bite line of the seat (Figure 5).

 

CAUTION: There may be seat heater wire harnesses attached between the seat cover and seat frame, do not attempt to pull the cover away from the seat.

 

  1. Carefully reach between the seat foam and seat frame to access the child seat tether bezel retainers (Figure 6).

 

Warning: The seat frame may have sharp edges capable of cutting skin. It is recommended to wear gloves or use caution while reaching into the seat.

 

  1. Depress the retaining tabs on the tether bezel in all four locations then push the tether bezel out from the inside to outside (Figure 6) and (Figure 7).

 

NOTE: On the 60% side of the split bench seat, it is not possible to reach the retaining tabs of the inboard tether bezel behind the center armrest. Inspection can still be performed while leaving the inboard bezel in place on the  

 

  1. Remove the bezel from the seat (Figure 7).

 

NOTE The inboard tether bezel behind the center armrest on the 60% side of the split bench seat is not easily removed. Inspection can still be performed by lifting the seat back fabric enough to look underneath with a flashlight to inspect the spot welds while leaving the inboard bezel in place on the seat (Figure 8).

 

  1. Inspect for 4 spot weld locations on each of the child seat tethers. If a bezel is not removable such as the 60% side bench seat inboard tether bezel, lift the seat back fabric enough to look underneath with a flashlightto inspect for the spot welds (Figures 9 and 10).

 

NOTE: It may be useful to use a marking pen to mark the welds as they are identified to ensure you have identified all 4 spot welds on every child tether.

 

  1. If fewer than 4 spot welds can be identified on any child seat tether, that seat back frame will   require replacement.

 

  1. Identify the number of spot welds present on every child seat tether of both second row seats (Figure 10):
  • PASS – Child tether has 4 spot welds: That seat may be reassembled. Continue with Step 15 below.
  • FAIL – Fewer than 4 spot welds could be located on a child tether: That seat back frame will require replacement. Order the necessary parts from the Parts Information section then proceed to the Service Procedure

 

Seat reassembly for a seat that PASSED the child tether weld inspection:

  1. Properly position the seat cover on the seat and push the trim cover through the bite line of the seat (Figure 5).

 

  1. Position the seat fabric flaps, then install the push pins to the seat frame (Figure 4). If any push pins are damaged during disassembly and not reusable, use push pin part number 06505411AA as a replacement.

 

  1. Close the seat cover zippers up by pulling downward with a small hook tool in the eye loop of the zipper. Then tuck the zippers into the seat cover (Figure 3).

 

  1. Attach the J-channels closeout along the bottom of the seat back (Figure 2).

 

  1. Insert the seat back fabric flap into the tether pocket then install the tether bezel to the seat (Figure 11).

 

  1. Vehicle may be returned to the customer or inventory.

 

Parts Information

Seat Back Bench 60% Left Side (sales code CF1)

Part Number Qty. Description
68545265AA 1 Frame, Seat Back
06513691AA 1 Bolt, Center Seatbelt Anchor
68394680AA 1 Bolt, Center Seatbelt Retractor
06513329AA 4 Bolt, Seat to Floor – Front
06513521AA 2 Bolt, Seat to Floor – Rear

 

Seat Back Bench 40% Right Side (sales code CF1)

Part Number Qty. Description
68545266AA 1 Frame, Seat Back
06513329AA 2 Bolt, Seat to Floor – Front
06513521AA 1 Bolt, Seat to Floor – Rear

 

Seat Back Bucket Left Side (sales code CAW)

Part Number Qty. Description
68545267AA 1 Frame, Seat Back
06513329AA 2 Bolt, Seat to Floor – Front
06513521AA 1 Bolt, Seat to Floor – Rear

 

Seat Back Bucket Right Side (sales code CAW)

Part Number Qty. Description
68545266AA 1 Frame, Seat Back
06513329AA 2 Bolt, Seat to Floor – Front
06513521AA 1 Bolt, Seat to Floor – Rear

 

Parts Return

No parts return required for this campaign.

Render the recalled seat back frame unusable and discard.

 

Service Procedure

Refer to the appropriate repair procedure for seat frame being replaced:

 

Section A: Split Bench 60% Side (Sales Code CF1) – Page 12

 

Section B: Split Bench 40% Side (Sales Code CF1) – Page 32

 

Section C: Bucket Seats (Sales Code CAW) – Page 48

 

 

A.  Split Bench 60% Side (Sales Code CF1)

 

  1. Slide the first row seats fully forward to provide working room and to disconnect the vehicle battery (Figure 12).

 

  1. Remove floor mats from second and third row.

 

NOTE: Vehicles equipped with stop-start system may have one battery under each front seat.

 

  1. Under the front seats, remove the air duct fastener then remove the air duct (Figure 13).

 

  1. Under the front seats, remove the battery compartment cover (Figure 13).

 

  1. Disconnect the battery negative cable. Refer to Service Library for proper methods to disconnect the battery negative cable.

 

  1. Slide the second row seats forward.

 

  1. Using a trim tool, remove the second row seat bolt trim covers behind the seat (Figure 14).

 

  1. Remove the seat track connector screw and the seat track trim cover bracket screws then remove the seat trim cover bracket (Figure 15).

 

  1. Second row seat remove the rear seat to floor bolts and nuts (Figure 16).

 

  1. Slide the second row seats rearward.

 

  1. Second row seats, remove the seat track front trim cover (Figure 17).

 

  1. Second row seats, remove the front seat track connector screw (Figure 18).

 

  1. Second row seats, remove the front seat to floor bolts (1) (Figure 18).

 

  1. Second row seats, tilt the seat rearward then disconnect the electrical connector under the seats (Figure 19).

 

  1. Remove the 40% right side seat from the vehicle and set aside.

 

  1. Remove the 60% left side seat from the vehicle and place it on a clean work surface for further disassembly.

 

  1. Remove the fastener (1) on the right side of the armrest (Figure 20).

 

  1. Push the armrest toward the left side of the seat while maneuvering it up and out of the seat.

 

NOTE: Pushing the armrest to the left side provides enough clearance room to disengage the armrest positioning pin from the armrest guide internal to the seat (Figure 21).

 

  1. Disconnect any wire   harness electrical connectors from the seat back cover (Figure 22).

 

Warning: The seat frame may have sharp edges capable of cutting skin. It is recommended to wear gloves or use caution while reaching into the seat.

 

  1. Release the two upper retainers then remove the armrest tray (Figure 23).

 

  1. Release the retaining tabs and remove the remaining child seat tether bezel on inboard side of the seat as described in Steps 9-11 of the Inspection Procedure.

 

  1. Remove the EZ-Entry handle bezel (Figure 24).

a. While pushing down on rear inboard corner (1), slide trim stick (2) under rear of bezel from the inboard side. Then gently pry trim stick out 5-10 degrees, until the bezel pops up slightly. Keep light pressure up on the trim stick.

b. Jostle and lift at point (3) to disengage the outboard snap attachment, rotate trim stick slightly back and forth if needed.

c. Pull on front inboard of bezel at (4) and at the same time push up on the trim stick.

d. Remove the EZ-Entry handle bezel.

 

  1. Open the headrest cable junction box cover by using a small flat head screwdriver to release the three tabs (Figure 25).

 

  1. Remove the headrest cable end fitting from the junction box (Figure 25).

 

  1. If there is a retainer just above the junction box, release the headrest cable from the retainer (Figure 25).

 

  1. Using a small pick, depress the springs in the headrest sleeves on each side of the headrest while pulling upward on the headrest, and pull the headrest out of the seat (Figure 26).

 

  1. To remove the sleeves, reach between the seat back cover cushion and the seat back frame to depress the headrest sleeve retaining tabs (1) (Figure 27).

 

  1. Pull the headrest sleeves out of the seat frame (Figure 28).

 

  1. Remove the center seatbelt trim bezel (Figure 29).

 

  1. Remove and DISCARD the center seatbelt anchor bolt on the bottom side of the seat (Figure 30).

 

  1. Release the seat cover retainer attached to the EZ-Entry handle bezel mechanism by pulling upward to untuck it (Figure 31).

 

  1. Lift the seat cover and foam assembly upward off the seat frame while guiding the seat belt through the slot, then fully remove the seat cover and foam assembly (Figure 31).

 

  1. Remove the foam bolster by lifting it up to release it from the support wire then remove it from the seat back frame (Figure 32).

 

  1. Remove the push pins (3) and screws (2) then remove the hinge covers (4) (Figure 33).

 

  1. Disconnect the seat fan electrical connector then release the wire harness connector retainer from the seat frame (Figure 34).

 

  1. Release the seat heater wire harness connector retainer from the seat frame (Figure 34).

 

  1. Release the EZ-Entry handle cable retainers from the seat frame lower crossmember (Figure 34).

 

  1. Remove the bolt (2) and retainer (1) securing the seat back torsion spring (Figure 35).

 

  1. Tilt the seat to the halfway position, this position will relieve the torsion spring tension. Then lift the hook end of the torsion spring (3) to release it from the seat back frame (Figure 35).

 

  1. Raise the seat back to the upright position for the remaining steps.

 

  1. Release the push pin retainers to remove the EZ-Entry handle release cables and junction box from the seat back frame sidemember (do not open the junction box or disconnect the cables) (Figure 36).

 

  1. Remove the three screws that secure the EZ-Entry handle to the seat back frame (Figure 37).

 

  1. Remove the EZ-Entry handle from the seat back frame (Figure 37).

 

  1. Remove the four bolts two on each side from the seat hinges and remove the armrest bracket from right side (Figure 38).

 

  1. Lift the seat back frame to remove it from the seat hinges then place it on a work surface for further disassembly.

 

  1. Remove and DISCARD the bolt securing the center seatbelt retractor (Figure 39).

 

  1. Release the center seatbelt guide sleeve push pin (Figure 39).

 

  1. Guide the center seatbelt through the seat back frame guide bar then remove the center seatbelt assembly (Figure 39).

 

  1. Remove the headrest cable retainer from the seat back frame (Figure 40).

 

  1. Remove the headrest cable junction box from the seat back frame (Figure 40).

 

  1. Remove the armrest guide screw and guide from the seat back frame (Figure 41).

 

  1. Remove the two screws securing the seat fan then remove the seat fan from the seat back frame (Figure 42).

 

  1. Render unusable and DISCARD the recalled seat back frame with missing child seat tether welds then obtain the NEW replacement seat back frame.

 

  1. Install the seat fan to the seat back frame then secure with the two screws (Figure 42).

 

  1. Install the armrest guide to the seat back frame then secure with the screw (Figure 41).

 

  1. Install the headrest cable junction box to the seat back frame (Figure 40).

 

  1. Install the headrest cable retainer to the seat back frame (Figure 40).

 

  1. Guide the center seatbelt through the seat back frame guide bar (Figure 39).

 

  1. Position the center seatbelt retractor then install the NEW bolt and tighten to 47 N·m (35 ft. lbs.) (Figure 39).

 

  1. Position the center seatbelt guide sleeve and install the push pin (Figure 39).

 

  1. Position the seat back frame and armrest bracket to the seat hinges then install the four seat back bolts two on each side. Tighten the bolts to 60 N·m (44 ft. lbs.) (Figure 38).

 

  1. Position the EZ-Entry handle to the seat back frame then install and tighten the three screws that secure the EZ-Entry handle to the seat back frame (Figure 37).

 

  1. Install the EZ-Entry handle release cable and junction box retainers to the seat back frame sidemember (Figure 36).

 

NOTE: If the cable retainers are damaged, use tie strap part number 04641780 or equivalent to secure the cable in place (Figure 43).

 

  1. Tilt the seat to the halfway position. At the halfway position the torsion spring will be at neutral tension. Then align and hook the end of the torsion spring (3) over the seat back frame lower crossmember (Figure 35).

 

  1. Install the retainer (1) and bolt (2) securing the seat back torsion spring. Tighten the bolt to 10 N·m (89 in. lbs.) (Figure 35).

 

  1. Install the EZ-Entry handle cable retainers to the seat back frame lower crossmember (Figure 34).

 

  1. Install the seat heater wire harness connector retainer from the seat back frame (Figure 34).

 

  1. Connect the seat fan electrical connector then install the wire harness connector retainer to the seat back frame (Figure 34).

 

  1. Position the hinge covers then install the push pins and screws (Figure 33).

 

  1. Align the foam bolster to the seat back frame support wire then push down to secure it (Figure 32).

 

  1. Install the seat cover and foam assembly to the seat back frame while guiding the seatbelt through the slot in the seat cover (Figure 31).

 

  1. Attach the seat cover retainer to the EZ-Entry handle bezel mechanism by tucking the seat cover tab into the slot (Figure 31).

 

  1. Guide the center seatbelt through the seat cushion. Ensure the seatbelt is not twisted. Align the seatbelt anchor and buckle assembly then install a NEW Tighten the seatbelt anchor bolt to 55 N·m (41 ft. lbs.) (Figure 30).

 

  1. Install the center seatbelt trim bezel (Figure 29).

 

  1. Install the headrest sleeves into the seat back frame (Figure 28).

 

  1. Install the headrests into the sleeves (Figure 26).

 

NOTE: Headrest must be in the tilted down position to connect the cable.

 

  1. Install the headrest cable end fittings into the junction box and ensure the cable ends are connected to each other inside the junction box (Figure 25).

 

  1. Close the headrest cable junction box cover and ensure the cover is secured by the three tabs (Figure 25).

 

  1. Secure the headrest cable to the retainer on the seat back frame sidemember (Figure 25).

 

  1. Install the EZ-Entry handle bezel (Figure 24).

 

  1. Connect any wire harness connectors to the seat back cover (Figure 22).

 

  1. Install the armrest tray and secure the two upper retainers (Figure 23).

 

  1. Align the armrest left side pivots to the seat then press the armrest toward the left side of the seat while maneuvering it down and into the seat. (Figure 21).

 

  1. Install the fastener (1) on the right side of the armrest and tighten to 23 N·m (17 ft. lbs.) (Figure 20).

 

  1. Push the trim cover through the bite line of the seat (Figure 5).

 

  1. Position the seat fabric flaps, then install the push pins to secure the seat cover to the seat back frame (Figure 4). If any push pins are damaged and not reusable, replace with push pin part number 06505411AA.

 

  1. Close the seat cover zippers up by pulling downward with a small hook tool in the eye loop of the zipper. Then tuck the zippers into the seat cover (Figure 3).

 

  1. Attach the J-Channels closeout along the bottom of the seat back (Figure 2).

 

  1. Insert the seat back fabric flap into the tether pockets then install the tether bezels to the seat (Figure 11).

 

  1. Install the 60% left side seat into the vehicle then install the 40% right side seat into the vehicle.

 

  1. Connect the electrical connectors under the second row seats (Figure 19).

 

  1. Install and tighten the second row seat front seat track connector screw (Figure 18).

 

  1. Install but do not tighten at this time the second row seat to floor front bolts (Figure 18).

 

  1. Slide the second row seats forward.

 

  1. Install the seat track connector screw then position the seat trim bracket and install the trim bracket screws. Tighten the connector screw and trim bracket screws (Figure 15).

 

  1. Install the second row seat to floor rear bolts and nuts (1) (Figure 16).
  • Tighten the seat to floor bolts to 48 N·m (35 ft. lbs.)
  • Tighten the seat to floor nuts to 70 N·m (52 ft. lbs.)

 

  1. Install the trim covers (1) over the second row rear seat tracks (Figure 14).

 

  1. Slide the second row seats rearward.

 

  1. Tighten the second row seat to floor front bolts (1) to 48 N·m (35 ft. lbs.) (Figure 18).

 

  1. Install the seat track front trim cover (Figure 17).

 

  1. Connect the battery negative cable. Refer to Service Library for proper methods to connect and tighten the battery negative cable.

 

  1. Under the front seats, install the battery compartment cover (Figure 13).

 

  1. Under the front seats, Install the air duct and fastener (Figure 13).

 

  1. Install floor mats.

 

  1. Ensure the second row seats function normally.

 

  1. Slide the first row seats back to their original positions.

 

  1. Return the vehicle to customer or inventory.

 

 

B. Split Bench 40% Side (Sales Code CF1)

  1. Slide the first row seats fully forward to provide working room and to disconnect the vehicle battery (Figure 44).

 

  1. Remove the floor mats from the second and third row.

 

NOTE: Vehicles equipped with stop-start system may have one battery under each front seat.

 

  1. Under the front seats, remove the air duct fastener then remove the air duct (Figure 45).

 

  1. Under the front seats, remove the battery compartment cover (Figure 45).

 

  1. Disconnect the battery negative cable. Refer to Service Library for proper methods to disconnect the battery negative cable.

 

  1. Slide the second row seats forward.

 

  1. Using a trim tool, remove the second row seat track rear trim covers (1) behind the 40% seat (Figure 46).

 

  1. Remove the seat track connector screw and the seat track trim cover bracket screws then remove the seat trim cover bracket (Figure 47).

  1. Second row 40% seat, remove the rear seat to floor bolt and nut (1) (Figure 48).

 

  1. Slide the second row seats rearward.

 

  1. Second row seats, remove the seat track front trim cover (Figure 49).

 

  1. Second row seats, remove the front seat track connector screw (Figure 50).

 

  1. Second row 40% seat only, remove the front seat to floor bolts (Figure 50).

 

  1. Second row 40% seat only, tilt the seat rearward then disconnect the electrical connector under the seat (Figure 51).

 

  1. Remove the 40% right side seat from the vehicle and place it on a clean work surface for further disassembly.

 

  1. Disconnect any wire harness connectors from the seat back cover (Figure 52).

 

Warning: The seat frame may have sharp edges capable of cutting skin. It is recommended to wear gloves or use caution while reaching into the seat.

 

  1. Remove the EZ-Entry handle bezel (Figure 53).

a. While pushing down on rear inboard corner (1), slide trim stick (2) under rear of bezel from the inboard side. Then gently pry trim stick out 5-10 degrees, until the bezel pops up slightly. Keep light pressure Up on trim stick.

b. Jostle / Lift Up at point (3) to disengage the outboard snap attachment, rotate trim stick slightly back and forth if needed.

c. Pull on front inboard of bezel at (4) and at the same time push up on the trim stick to remove the EZ-Entry handle bezel.

 

  1. Open the headrest cable junction box cover by using a small flat head screwdriver to release the three tabs (Figure 54).

 

  1. Remove the headrest cable end fitting from the junction box (Figure 54).

 

  1. If there is a retainer just above the junction box, release the headrest cable from the retainer (Figure 54).

 

  1. Using a small pick, depress the springs in the headrest sleeves on each side of the headrest while pulling upward on the headrest, and pull the headrest out of the seat (Figure 55).

 

  1. To remove the headrest sleeves, reach between the seat back cover cushion and the seat back frame to depress the headrest sleeve retaining tabs (1) (Figure 56).

 

  1. Pull the headrest sleeves out of the seat frame (Figure 57).

 

  1. Release the seat cover retainer attached to the EZ-Entry handle bezel mechanism by pulling upward to untuck it (Figure 58).

 

  1. Lift the seat cover and foam assembly upward off the seat frame then remove the seat cover and foam assembly (Figure 58).

  1. Remove the push pins (3) and screws (2) then remove the hinge covers (4) (Figure 59).

 

  1. Disconnect the seat fan electrical connector then release the wire harness connector retainer from the seat back frame (Figure 60).

 

  1. Release the seat heater wire harness connector retainer from the seat back frame (Figure 60).

 

  1. Release the EZ-Entry handle cable retainers from the seat back frame lower crossmember (Figure 60).

 

  1. Remove the bolt (2) and retainer (1) securing the seat back torsion spring (Figure 61).

 

  1. Tilt the seat (2) to the halfway position, this position will relieve the torsion spring tension. Then lift the hook end of the torsion spring (1) to release it from the seat back frame (Figure 62).

 

  1. Raise the seat back to the upright position for the remaining steps.

 

  1. Release the push pin retainers to remove the EZ-Entry handle release cables and junction box from the seat back frame sidemember (do not open the junction box or disconnect the cables) (Figure 63).

 

  1. Remove the three screws that secure the EZ-Entry handle to the seat back frame (Figure 64).

 

  1. Remove the EZ-Entry handle from the seat back frame (Figure 64).

 

  1. Remove the four bolts (1) from the seat hinges (Figure 65).

 

  1. Lift the seat back frame (2) to remove it from the seat hinges then place it on a work surface for further disassembly (Figure 65).

 

  1. Remove the headrest cable retainer from the seat back frame (Figure 66).

 

  1. Remove the headrest cable junction box from the seat back frame (Figure 66).  

 

  1. Remove the two screws securing the seat fan then remove the seat fan from the seat back frame (Figure 67).

 

  1. Render unusable and DISCARD the recalled seat back frame with missing child seat tether welds then obtain the NEW replacement seat back frame.

 

  1. Install the seat fan to the seat back frame then secure with the two screws (Figure 67).

 

  1. Install the headrest cable junction box to the seat back frame (Figure 66).

 

  1. Install the headrest cable retainer to the seat back frame (Figure 66).

 

  1. Position the seat back frame (2) to the seat hinges (Figure 65).

 

  1. Install the four bolts (1) to the seat hinges. Tighten the bolts to 60 N·m (44 ft. lbs.) (Figure 65).

 

  1. Position the EZ-Entry handle to the seat back frame then install and tighten the three screws that secure the EZ-Entry handle to the seat back frame (Figure 64).

 

  1. Install the EZ-Entry handle release cable and junction box retainers to the seat back frame sidemember (Figure 63).

 

NOTE: If the cable retainers are damaged, use tie strap part number 04641780 or equivalent to secure the cable in place (Figure 68). 

 

  1. Tilt the seat back to the halfway position. At the halfway position the torsion spring will be at neutral tension. Then align and hook the end of the torsion spring (1) over the seat back frame lower crossmember (Figure 62).

 

  1. Install the retainer (1) and bolt (2) securing the seat back torsion spring. Tighten the bolt to 10 N·m (89 in. lbs.) (Figure 61).

 

  1. Install the EZ-Entry handle cable retainers to the seat frame lower crossmember (Figure 60).

 

  1. Install the seat heater wire harness connector retainer to the seat frame (Figure 60).

 

  1. Connect the seat fan electrical connector then install the wire harness connector retainer to the seat frame (Figure 60).

 

  1. Position the hinge covers (4) then install the push pins (3) and screws (2) (Figure 59).

 

  1. Install the seat cover and foam assembly to the seat back frame (Figure 58).

 

  1. Attach the seat cover retainer to the EZ-Entry handle bezel mechanism by tucking the seat cover tab into the slot (Figure 58).

 

  1. Install the headrest sleeves into the seat back frame (Figure 57).

 

  1. Install the headrest into the sleeves (Figure 55).

 

NOTE: Headrest must be in the tilted down position to connect the cable.

 

  1. Install the headrest cable end fittings into the junction box and ensure the cable ends are connected to each other inside the junction box (Figure 54).

 

  1. Close the headrest cable junction box cover and ensure the cover is secured by the three tabs (Figure 54).

 

  1. Secure the headrest cable to the retainer on the seat back frame sidemember (Figure 54).

 

  1. Install the EZ-Entry handle bezel (Figure 53).

 

  1. Connect any wire harness connectors to the seat back cover (Figure 52).

 

  1. Push the trim cover through the bite line of the seat (Figure 5).

 

  1. Position the seat fabric flaps, then install the push pins to secure the seat cover to the seat back frame (Figure 4). If any push pins are damaged and not reusable, replace with push pin part number 06505411AA.

 

  1. Close the seat cover zippers up by pulling downward with a small hook tool in the eye loop of the zipper. Then tuck the zippers into the seat cover (Figure 3).

 

  1. Attach the J-Channels closeout along the bottom of the seat back (Figure 2).

 

  1. Insert the seat back fabric flap into the tether pockets then install the tether bezels (Figure 11).

 

  1. Install the seat into the vehicle.

 

  1. Tilt the seat rearward then connect the electrical connector under the seat (Figure 51).

 

  1. Install and tighten the front seat track connector screw (Figure 50).

 

  1. Install the front seat to floor bolts but do not tighten at this time (Figure 50).

 

  1. Slide the second row seats forward.

 

  1. Install and tighten the rear seat track connector screw (Figure 47).

 

  1. Position the seat trim cover bracket then install and tighten the screws (Figure 47).

 

  1. Install the seat to floor rear bolt and nut (1) (Figure 48).
  • Tighten the seat to floor bolt to 48 N·m (35 ft. lbs.)
  • Tighten the seat to floor nut to 70 N·m (52 ft. lbs.)

 

  1. Install the trim covers (1) over the second row rear seat track (Figure 46).

 

  1. Slide the second row seats rearward.

 

  1. Tighten the second row seat to floor front bolts (1) to 48 N·m (35 ft. lbs.) (Figure 50).

 

  1. Install the second row seat track front trim cover (Figure 49).

 

  1. Connect the battery negative cable. Refer to Service Library for proper methods to connect and tighten the battery negative cable.

 

  1. Under the front seats, install the battery compartment cover (Figure 45).

 

  1. Under the front seats, install the air duct and fastener (Figure 45).

 

  1. Install the floor mats.

 

  1. Ensure the second row seats function normally.

 

  1. Slide the first row seats back to their original positions.

 

  1. Return the vehicle to customer or inventory.

 

 

C. Bucket Seats (Sales Code CAW)

 

Note: Procedure for Right or Left second row seat is similar.

 

  1. Slide the first row seat forward for additional working room (Figure 69).

 

  1. Remove floor mats from second  and third row.

 

NOTE: Vehicles equipped with stop-start system may have one battery under each front seat.

 

  1. Under the front seats, remove the air duct fastener then remove the air duct (Figure 70).

 

  1. Under the front seats, remove the battery compartment cover (Figure 70).  

 

  1. Disconnect the battery negative cable. Refer to Service Library for proper methods to disconnect the battery negative cable.

 

  1. Slide the second row seat forward.

 

  1. Using a trim tool, remove the seat track trim covers behind the second row seat (1) (Figure 71).

 

  1. Remove the second row rear seat to floor bolt and nut (1) (Figure 72).

 

  1. Slide the second row seat rearward.

 

  1. Remove the second row front seat to floor bolts (1) (Figure 73).

 

  1. Tilt the seat rearward then disconnect the electrical connector under the seat.

 

  1. Remove the seat from the vehicle and place it on a clean work surface for further disassembly.

 

  1. Disconnect any wire harness connectors from the seat back cover (Figure 74).

 

Warning: The seat frame may have sharp edges capable of cutting skin. It is recommended to wear gloves or use caution while reaching into the seat.

 

  1. Using suitable tool, remove the armrest fastener cover (1) from the armrest (Figure 75).

 

  1. Remove the armrest fastener (1) and wave washer then remove the armrest (Figure 75).

 

  1. Remove the EZ-Entry Bezel (Figure 76).

a. While pushing down on rear inboard corner (1), slide trim stick (2) under rear of bezel from the inboard side. Then gently pry trim stick out 5-10 degrees, until the bezel pops up slightly. Keep light pressure up on the trim stick.

b. Jostle / Lift Up at point (3) to disengage the outboard snap attachment, rotate trim stick slightly back and forth if needed.

c. Pull on front inboard of bezel at (4) and at the same time push up on the trim stick.

d. Remove the EZ-Entry handle bezel.

 

  1. Open the headrest cable junction box cover by using a small flat head screwdriver to release the three tabs (Figure 77).

 

  1. Remove the headrest cable end fitting from the junction box (Figure 77).

 

  1. If there is a retainer just above the junction box, release the headrest cable from the retainer (Figure 77).

 

  1. Using a small pick, depress the springs in the headrest sleeves on each side of the headrest while pulling upward on the headrest, and pull the headrest out of the seat (Figure 78).

 

  1. To remove the sleeves, reach between the seat back cover cushion and the seat back frame to depress the headrest sleeve retaining tabs (1) (Figure 79).

 

  1. Pull the headrest sleeves out of the seat back frame (Figure 80).

 

  1. Release the seat cover retainer attached to the EZ-Entry handle bezel mechanism by pulling upward to untuck it (Figure 81).

 

  1. Lift the seat cover and foam assembly upward off the seat frame then remove the seat cover and foam assembly (Figure 81).

 

  1. Remove the push pins (3) and screws (2) then remove the hinge covers (4) (Figure 82).

 

  1. Disconnect the seat fan electrical connector then release the wire harness connector retainer from the seat frame (Figure 83).

 

  1. Release the seat heater wire harness connector retainer from the seat frame (Figure 83).

 

  1. Release the EZ-Entry handle cable retainers from the seat frame lower crossmember (Figure 83).

 

  1. Remove the bolt (2) and retainer (1) securing the seat back torsion spring (Figure 84).

 

  1. Tilt the seat (2) to the halfway position, this position will relieve the torsion spring tension. Then lift the hook end of the torsion spring (1) to release it from the seat back frame (Figure 85).

 

  1. Raise the seat back to the upright position for the remaining steps.

 

  1. Release the push pin retainers to remove the EZ-Entry handle release cables and junction box from the seat back frame sidemember (do not open the junction box or disconnect the cables) (Figure 86).

 

  1. Remove the three screws that secure the EZ-Entry handle to the seat back frame (Figure 87).

 

  1. Remove the EZ-Entry handle from the seat back frame (Figure 87).

 

  1. Remove the four bolts (1) and armrest bracket from the seat hinges (Figure 88).

 

  1. Lift the seat back frame (2) to remove it from the seat hinges then place it on a work surface for further disassembly (Figure 88).

 

  1. Remove the headrest cable retainer from the seat back frame (Figure 89).

 

  1. Remove the headrest cable junction box from the seat back frame (Figure 89).

 

  1. Remove the two screws securing the seat fan then remove the seat fan from the seat back frame (Figure 90).

 

  1. Render unusable and DISCARD the recalled seat back frame with missing child seat tether welds then obtain the NEW replacement seat back frame.

 

  1. Install the seat fan to the seat back frame then secure with the two screws (Figure 90).

 

  1. Install the headrest cable junction box to the seat back frame (Figure 89).

 

  1. Install the headrest cable retainer to the seat back frame (Figure 89).

 

  1. Position the seat back frame (2) to the seat hinges then install the armrest bracket and four seat back bolts (1) two on each side. Tighten the bolts to 60 N·m (44 ft. lbs.) (Figure 88).

 

  1. Position the EZ-Entry handle to the seat back frame then install and tighten the three screws that secure the EZ-Entry handle to the seat back frame (Figure 87).

 

  1. Install the EZ-Entry handle release cable and junction box retainers to the seat back frame sidemember (Figure 86).

 

NOTE: If the cable retainers are damaged, use tie strap part number 04641780 or equivalent to secure the cable in place (Figure 91).

 

  1. Tilt the seat (2) to the halfway position. At the halfway position the torsion spring will be at neutral tension. Then align and hook the end of the torsion spring (1) over the seat back frame lower crossmember (Figure 85).

 

  1. Install the retainer (1) and bolt (2) securing the seat back torsion spring. Tighten the bolt to 10 N·m (89 in. lbs.) (Figure 84).

 

  1. Install the EZ-Entry handle cable retainers to the seat frame lower crossmember (Figure 83).

 

  1. Install the seat heater wire harness connector retainer to the seat frame (Figure 83).

 

  1. Connect the seat fan electrical connector then install the wire harness connector retainer to the seat frame (Figure 83).

 

  1. Position the hinge covers (4) then install the push pins (3) and screws (2) (Figure 82).

 

  1. Install the seat cover and foam assembly to the seat back frame (Figure 81).

 

  1. Attach the seat cover retainer to the EZ-Entry handle bezel mechanism by tucking the seat cover tab into the slot (Figure 81).

 

  1. Install the headrest sleeves into the seat frame (Figure 80).

 

  1. Install the headrest into the sleeves (Figure 78).

 

NOTE: Headrest must be in the tilted down position to connect the cable.

 

  1. Install the headrest cable end fittings into the junction box and ensure the cable ends are connected to each other inside the junction box (Figure 77).

 

  1. Close the headrest cable junction box cover and ensure the cover is secured by the three tabs (Figure 77).

 

  1. Secure the headrest cable to the retainer on the seat back frame sidemember (Figure 77).

 

  1. Install the EZ-Entry bezel (Figure 76).

 

  1. Connect any wire harness connectors to the seat back cover (Figure 74).

 

  1. Push the trim cover through the bite line of the seat (Figure 5).

 

  1. Position the seat fabric flaps, then install the push pins to secure the seat cover to the seat back frame (Figure 4). If any push pins are damaged and not reusable, replace with push pin part number 06505411AA.

 

  1. Close the seat cover zippers up by pulling downward with a small hook tool in the eye loop of the zipper. Then tuck the zippers into the seat cover (Figure 3).

 

  1. Attach the J-Channels closeout along the bottom of the seat back (Figure 2).

 

  1. Insert the seat back fabric flap into the tether pockets then install the child tether bezels to the seat (Figure 11).

 

  1. Install the armrest and tighten the armrest fastener (1) to 23 N·m (17 ft. lbs.) (Figure 75).

 

  1. Install the armrest fastener cover (1) to the armrest (Figure 75).

 

  1. Install the seat into the vehicle.

 

  1. Tilt the seat rearward then connect the electrical connector under the seat.

 

  1. Install but do not tighten at this time the second row seat to floor front bolts (1) (Figure 73).

 

  1. Slide the second row seat forward.

 

  1. Install the second row seat to floor rear bolt and nut (1) (Figure 72).
  • Tighten the seat to floor bolt to 48 N·m (35 ft. lbs.)
  • Tighten the seat to floor nut to 70 N·m (52 ft. lbs.)

 

  1. Install the trim covers (1) over the second row seat rear seat track (Figure 71).

 

  1. Slide the second row seats rearward.

 

  1. Tighten the second row seat to floor front bolts (1) to 48 N·m (35 ft. lbs.) (Figure 73).

 

  1. Connect the battery negative cable. Refer to Service Library for proper methods to connect and tighten the battery negative cable.

 

  1. Under the front seats, install the battery compartment cover (Figure 70).

 

  1. Under the front seats, install the air duct and fastener (Figure 70).

 

  1. Install floor mats.

 

  1. Ensure the second row seats function normally.

 

  1. Slide the first row seats back to their original positions.

 

  1. Return the vehicle to customer or inventory.

 


Chronology :

  • On March 2, 2022, the FCA US LLC (“FCA US”) Technical Safety and Regulatory Compliance organization recognized a vehicle build issue existed on certain vehicles related to the child restraint upper tether anchorage system on second row seats, potentially not in compliance with FMVSS 225.
  • On March 17, 2022, FCA US determined, through the Vehicle Regulations Committee, to conduct a voluntary safety recall of the affected vehicles.

 


2 Affected Products

Vehicle

MAKE MODEL YEAR
JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE 2021-2022

 


11 Associated Documents

Manufacturer Notices(to Dealers,etc) – NSRAC re FCA US LLC (FCA US) has announced a safety recall on certain 2021 and 2022 Model Year (WL) Jeep® Grand Cherokee L vehicles equipped with one of the following second row seat configurations

RCMN-22V180-9991.pdf 49.072KB

RCMN-22V180-9991

 


Remedy Instructions and TSB

RCRIT-22V180-8685.pdf 4616.423KB

RCRIT-22V180-8685

 


Noncompliance Notice 573 Report

RCLRPT-22V180-6343.PDF 214.255KB

RCLRPT-22V180-6343

 


Recall Acknowledgement

RCAK-22V180-9942.pdf 645.191KB

RCAK-22V180-9942

 


Remedy Instructions and TSB

RCRIT-22V180-5331.pdf 4693.395KB

RCRIT-22V180-5331

 


ISSUED Owner Notification Letter(Part 577)

RCONL-22V180-1169.pdf 174.811KB

RCONL-22V180-1169

 


Recall Quarterly Report #1, 2022-2

RCLQRT-22V180-8907.PDF 211.156KB

RCLQRT-22V180-8907

 


ISSUED Renotification Notice

RCRN-22V180-2354.pdf 146.873KB

RCRN-22V180-2354

 


Miscellaneous Document – Email Blast re Details of the Recall

RMISC-22V180-7904.pdf 252.242KB

RMISC-22V180-7904

 


Recall Quarterly Report #2, 2022-3

RCLQRT-22V180-3325.PDF 211.26KB

RCLQRT-22V180-3325

 


Recall Quarterly Report #3, 2022-4

RCLQRT-22V180-2309.PDF 211.348KB

RCLQRT-22V180-2309

 


Latest Recalls Documents

For the Latest and Most Recent Recalls Information Visit the link below…

https://www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/acms/cs/documentList.xhtml?docId=22V180&docType=RCL

 


 

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