It's never great when we see a massive recall sent out that could affect thousands of New Jersey residents and their daily commute.

Granted, recalls are a good thing; it means a company realizes there's a problem and they're taking action to fix it, but still, it can be a very stressful situation for the people who are affected by the recall.

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And this time, it's a pretty popular style of car that's been issued a pretty big recall.

Jeep Recalls 94 Thousand Vehicles Due To A New Issue

Never in my life have I owned a Jeep, but they are my favorite type of car hands down, specifically the Jeep Wranglers.

Sadly, the Jeep Wrangler is the exact vehicle that's affected by this huge recall.

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According to, any Jeep Wrangler 4xes released between the years 2021 and 2024 could be affected by this recall.

The 4xes by the way are Jeep's Wrangler series that's part electric and part gas.

The recall issue is the motor of the vehicle.

Specifically a loss of power while you driving, and I don't know if you've ever been in that situation before but it's pretty unnerving.

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A few weeks ago my Scion TC got overheated and then the engine turned off while I was at a red light.

I thought I left it in gear and released the clutch, turns out I needed a new filter.

What To Do If Your Jeep Is Affected By The Engine Recall

Jeep did release a patch that should fix the issue.

But if you're still not feeling too confident you could always take your vehicle to an authorized dealer for help.

Before you head out, check out this abandoned NJ mall, it's crazy!

A walk inside New Jersey's emptiest shopping mall

A walk through the old Ocean One mall / Pier Shops at Caesars in Atlantic City, now ACX1, on a quiet summer evening in the World's Play Ground.

Gallery Credit: Chris Coleman

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Here’s what MIT’s Living Wage Calculator says a couple with two children needs in each New Jersey county to simply squeak by.

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