The Jeep Wrangler PHEV has been popular for drivers seeking capability and efficiency. However, recent reports of Jeep PHEV fires have raised serious concerns about their safety. Jeep has issued a recall for the 2021-2023 Wrangler 4xe PHEVs due to a fire risk associated with the high-voltage battery.

Owners of the affected Wrangler 4xe PHEVs received recall notices on January 11, 2024, with dealerships being informed around the same time. You can utilize the NHTSA or Mopar VIN checking services to check if your Jeep Wrangler 4xe is included in this or any other recall.

Understanding the Recall and Its Implications

The Jeep Wrangler PHEV recall is due to a defect in the high-voltage battery that can cause it to overheat and potentially catch fire, even when the vehicle is turned off. This poses a significant safety risk to both the occupants of the car and those nearby. Jeep and NHTSA have advised owners to park their vehicles outside and avoid charging them until a fix is available.

While Jeep is working on a software update to address the issue, this temporary solution may only be satisfactory for some owners. Parking a vehicle outside may only be feasible for some, and the inability to charge it significantly limits its usability.

Legal Perspective on the Recall

The Jeep Wrangler PHEV recall raises several legal concerns.

  1. Jeep has a legal obligation to ensure the safety of its vehicles. The recall suggests that Jeep may have failed to meet this obligation.
  2. The recall may cause significant inconvenience and financial hardship for owners. Owners may be entitled to compensation for these damages.
  3. The recall may have implications for the resale value of affected vehicles. A vehicle with a fire risk history is likely to be less valuable than a comparable vehicle without such a history.

Owners may be able to seek compensation for the diminished value of their cars.

Why Seek Legal Counsel?

Are you a Jeep Wrangler PHEV owner affected by the recall? You should seek legal counsel. An experienced lawyer can help you understand your rights and options. They can also advise you on whether you may be eligible for compensation from Jeep.

Texas Lemon Law protects consumers from defective vehicles. If your Jeep Wrangler PHEV has a fire risk defect, you may be entitled to a lemon law buyback or replacement. An attorney can help determine if you qualify for lemon law protection and pursue your claim.

In addition to lemon law claims, owners may also have claims for breach of warranty, negligence, and product liability. An attorney can help you evaluate your legal options and pursue the best action for your circumstances.


The Jeep Wrangler PHEV recall is a serious safety concern. Owners affected by the recall should not hesitate to seek legal counsel. An attorney can help you understand your rights and options and pursue the compensation you may be entitled to.

The Lemon Lawyers is a team of experienced attorneys specializing in lemon law and automotive defect cases. We have a proven track record of success in helping clients obtain compensation from automakers.

If you are a Jeep Wrangler PHEV owner affected by the recall, don't hesitate to contact The Lemon Lawyers today for a free consultation. We are here to help you protect your rights and get your deserved compensation.

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