Another week brings another vehicle recall. This time it's a certain Jeep that could cause steering problems. Here are the details. Owners of 2018 or 2019 Jeep Wranglers will be notified soon of a recall. According to simplemost.com, Fiat-Chrysler will be recalling the certain Wranglers because a weld is faulty in the frame and could cause a sudden crash. In specific documents, they say that the front bar bracket weld off of a seam would cause the bracket to separate from the frame.This would make steering difficult and could cause a crash.

The official recall has not been made yet from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration so Jeep owners have not been notified yet. But documents show that dealerships are aware of the recall. Some 2018-2019 Jeep Wranglers have not even been sold yet and they are going to hold off on selling those models.

No injuries or accidents have been reported. Owners who have been affected by the recall should be notified by the end of the year but they aren't sure how the vehicles will be fixed.