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JEEP CJ5 RECALLS - (10 Recalls Found)

Since 1978, JEEP has issued a total of 808 car recalls worldwide. Of those recalls, 10 have been for the JEEP CJ5 starting in 1978. This accounts for approximately 2.3% of the 36050 car recalls issued by the NHTSA since 1966. The CJ5 accounts for about 1.2% of all the JEEP recalls issued since 1978. Compared to other car manufacturers, JEEP ranks #13 in overall number of recalls issued by a car maker.

Please keep in mind these numbers are for statistical purposes only & do not necessarily reflect the quality of the JEEP CJ5 or JEEP itself. These figures are based only on the number of recalls issued and NOT the total number of vehicles affected by a particular recall.

Find your JEEP CJ5 listed below. Results are sorted year from newest to oldest. Select the desired JEEP CJ5 to view the complete recall details. Information provided by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

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1982 Recalls ↓

1982 JEEP CJ5 Recall - POWER TRAIN:MANUAL TRANSMISSION:LUBRICANT

Problem: ORIGINAL PRODUCTION TRANSMISSION LUBRICANT USED IN THE INVOLVED VEHICLES MAY NOT PROVIDE ADEQUATE LUBRICATION TO PROTECT THE TRANSMISSION"S FIRST GEAR.Recall Details - 12/13/1982
1981 Recalls ↓

1981 JEEP CJ5 Recall - SEAT BELTS:REAR

Problem: SOME OF THE INVOLVED VEHICLES WERE ASSEMBLED WITH TONGUE-END REAR SEAT BELT ASSEMBLIES INSTEAD OF THE BUCKLE END AND TONGUE-END ASSEMBLIES. WITHOUT THE BUCKLE END ASSEMBLIES, THE REAR SEAT BELTS CANNOT BE FASTENED.Recall Details - 12/5/1980
1979 Recalls ↓

1979 JEEP CJ5 Recall - STEERING:LINKAGES:ROD:RELAY:CONNECTING

Problem: THE CLAMP BOLTS ON THE ADJUSTER TUBE THAT FASTENS THE CONNECTING ROD TO THE PITMAN ARM END ASSEMBLY MAY BE LOOSE. THESE LOOSE BOLTS COULD CAUSE SHIFTING OF THE STEERING WHEEL POSITION, RELATIVE TO THE STRAIGHT-AHEAD-FRONT WHEEL POSITION, AND LOSS OF STEERING.Recall Details - 11/6/1978

1979 JEEP CJ5 Recall - POWER TRAIN:MANUAL TRANSMISSION

Problem: CERTAIN VEHICLES MAY HAVE AN INCORRECT GASKET BETWEEN THE TRANSMISSION AND THE TRANSFER CASE. AN INCORRECT GASKET MAY INTERFERE WITH THE NORMAL FLOW OF LUBRICANT. THIS CONDITION COULD CAUSE THE TRANSMISSION TO BECOME DAMAGED AND INOPERATIVE.Recall Details - 3/14/1979
1978 Recalls ↓

1978 JEEP CJ5 Recall - POWER TRAIN:MANUAL TRANSMISSION

Problem: THE INVOLVED VEHICLES MAY HAVE BEEN BUILT WITH THE TRANSMISSION ADAPTER PLATE SEAL IMPROPERLY SEATED. THIS CONDITION COULD ALLOW A GRADUAL TRANSFER OF LUBRICANT FROM THE TRANSMISSION TO THE TRANSFER CASE.Recall Details - 2/17/1978

1978 JEEP CJ5 Recall - STEERING:WHEEL AND HANDLE BAR

Problem: THE COUPLING WHICH ATTACHES THE INTERMEDIATE STEERING SHAFT TO THE STEERING GEAR MAY HAVE OVERSIZED SERRATIONS WHICH COULD PREVENT THE COUPLING FROM BEING PROPERLY TIGHTENED IN THE STEERING GEAR SHAFT WHEN THE STEERING WHEEL IS TURNED. THIS MAY ALSO CAUSE FREE PLAY IN THE STEERING WHEEL.Recall Details - 3/9/1978
1977 Recalls ↓

1977 JEEP CJ5 Recall - POWER TRAIN:MANUAL TRANSMISSION

Problem: THE INVOLVED VEHICLES MAY HAVE BEEN BUILT WITH THE TRANSMISSION ADAPTER PLATE SEAL IMPROPERLY SEATED. THIS CONDITION COULD ALLOW A GRADUAL TRANSFER OF LUBRICANT FROM THE TRANSMISSION TO THE TRANSFER CASE.Recall Details - 2/17/1978
1976 Recalls ↓

1976 JEEP CJ5 Recall - ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:IGNITION:MODULE

Problem: VEHICLES WERE BUILT WITH WIRE CONNECTORS THAT FAIL TO ALLOW THE CURRENT FLOW NEEDED TO SUPPORT THE ELECTRONIC CONTROL OF THE ENGINE IGNITION.Recall Details - 3/31/1978

1976 JEEP CJ5 Recall - POWER TRAIN:MANUAL TRANSMISSION

Problem: THE INVOLVED VEHICLES MAY HAVE BEEN BUILT WITH THE TRANSMISSION ADAPTER PLATE SEAL IMPROPERLY SEATED. THIS CONDITION COULD ALLOW A GRADUAL TRANSFER OF LUBRICANT FROM THE TRANSMISSION TO THE TRANSFER CASE.Recall Details - 2/17/1978
1975 Recalls ↓

1975 JEEP CJ5 Recall - ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:IGNITION:MODULE

Problem: VEHICLES WERE BUILT WITH WIRE CONNECTORS THAT FAIL TO ALLOW THE CURRENT FLOW NEEDED TO SUPPORT THE ELECTRONIC CONTROL OF THE ENGINE IGNITION.Recall Details - 3/31/1978
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