The issue could lead to a loss in the functionality of air bags, anti-lock brakes, or electronic stability control, among other items.
Affected vehicles have a low pressure fuel line that may not connect properly to the fuel pump feed pipe.
The fire source has been linked back to faulty vanity mirror wiring.
NHTSA has vowed to be more proactive going forward.
Engine oil from the vacuum pump may seep into the brake booster, resulting in the loss of brake assist.
The door latch may fail during a crash, allowing the passenger-side door to open.
Affected vehicles are equipped with dual exhaust and may be missing a heat shield for the spare.
The issue could result in a loss of vehicle stability, increasing the risk of a crash.
The recall affects 2015 model year Cherokees.
The battery positive cable can short to the ground, thereby overheating the wiring harness.