Fiat Chrysler has been forced to slow production of the Jeep Grand Cherokee and Jeep Cherokee following a parts shortage, Reuters reports.
Shifts at FCA’s Jefferson North Assembly Plant in Detroit were cut by a few hours Wednesday due to the shortage, while two shifts at the automaker’s Toledo, Ohio plant were cut entirely.
Work at the Jefferson plant has returned back to normal, however FCA said Thursday it did not know when production would resume at Toledo, saying it would make decisions on a “shift-by-shift” basis.
The parts shortages may be due to a lack of steering wheels at one of FCA’s Mexican suppliers. The automaker did no comment on the parts shortage, but confirmed they were entering the U.S. from Mexico.