Fiat Chrysler announced two separate recalls Friday covering nearly 89,000 cars worldwide to repair potential fuel leaks and malfunctioning windshield wipers.
The more serious of the two recalls affects 34,633 Dodge Durangos and Jeep Grand Cherokees with 3.6-liter V6 engines. Fiat Chrysler estimates 30 of the engines assembled during an 11-week period in 2016 were subject to a manufacturing anomaly that may lead to fuel leaks and fires.
An investigation was launched after an employee discovered a fuel leak in one vehicle. According to a statement from the automaker, the leak was caused by damage to the fuel rail from inadvertent contact by a manifold fastener.
Dealers will inspect the recalled vehicles and replace the fuel rails and lower intake manifolds as needed.
In a separate recall, 54,255 Dodge Darts in North America are being summoned to repair windshield washer pumps. Pumps on affected vehicles may have electrical components that do not comply with company specifications, which could short-circuit and disable wiper function.
No injuries or accidents related to malfunctioning windshield washer pumps were reported. Owners of vehicles involved in either recall will be notified on Dec. 17.