June 23, 2016

Fiat Chrysler has sent its dealers new software allowing them to install a software-based “Auto Park” feature in 2014-15 Jeep Grand Cherokees intended to prevent the vehicles from moving when the driver’s side door is open and the shifter is not in park.

The automaker said it will begin notifying owners of the recalled SUVs beginning Friday to schedule appointments with dealers.

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