Attorneys are investigating allegations that 2011-2012 Jeep Grand Cherokees and Dodge Durangos were sold with a defective Totally Integrated Power Module (commonly referred to as TIPM). This defect causes the vehicle to not be able to start, and if it does start to shut off without warning. Apparently, Chrysler is aware of the problem but customers have been waiting for months or more to get a replacement TIPM because these are backordered.
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