FCA Australia has issued a recall for the 2019 model-year 'KL' Cherokee over concerns the airbags may not "function as required in a crash".
The American SUV specialist reports that certain vehicles may have a "loss of communication between an acceleration sensor and the occupant restraint controller (ORC)".
If the condition occurs, Jeep says "the airbag system may not function as required during a crash, increasing the risk of injury of vehicle occupants".
A total of 22 vehicles are affected by this recall – the VIN list is available here.
For more information, contact 1300 133 079. You can also access the original recall notice here.