Chrysler Alleged Defective Totally Integrated Power Modules (TIPM)

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Detroit, MI: Further to reports of alleged defects with the Chrysler Totally Integrated Power Module (TIPM) in 2011-2012 Jeep Grand Cherokees and Dodge Durangos and Dodge Grand Caravans, investigations are underway to determine if Chrysler knew about the defect and failed to warn consumers.

The alleged defective Chrysler TIPMs can cause numerous electrical problems and serious safety risks. Problems range from difficulty starting the vehicles to stalling to fuel pumps not shutting off. Additional the affected vehicles may experience random activation of the built in alarm systems, windshield wipers or horns. The alleged defective TIPMs are so common that the replacement parts are backordered for weeks.

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We have a lemon 2011 grand caravan that keeps stopping. Much money put into it thinking it would fix the problem. Now I see that everyone is having the same issue. First of all shame on the Richfield MN dealer ship that sold it too us!! Secondly shame on Dodge for not taking the vehicles off the road that are eating UP OUR HARD EARNED MONEY FOR THEIR MISTAKE..Give us some help. Does anyone know who to contact on any more info or help?

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We own 2008 jeep commander that has run great since we purchased 6 years ago. We are still waiting for the last recall to be completed because the part has still not be received at the dealership...or so they say. We recently had trouble with our vehicle not starting. The ignition switch turns and everyone comes on except the car does not start. After my husband checked it out under the hood nothing was found and we tried again and it started (30 min later) Well now it has occurred again but this time, no starting at all. I'm reading up about other issues people have had regarding the integrated power module and this is definitely happening to us now. Dealership (Chrysler/jeep) is not will to give or pay for a rental and say it's due to our upkeep. My vehicle is serviced on schedule but just not by them be they are too expensive. This is causing a huge hardship for our family!

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