Here is the NHTSA link:FYI, this just hit the news. It is not on the NHTSA website yet.
I believe FCA initiated the recall, not NHTSA.It is not on the NHTSA website yet.
This happened to me yesterday at Summit Racing when an asshat tried to sell me floor mats for a JKU, despite my repeated declaration that I needed them for a JLU. He replied that they would fit, because "the JLU is a sub-model.". . . And I promise at some point you will get the wrong parts because the person selling the parts will just assume.
No different for 2019 when you will have to confirm what engine. Just about every car/truck requires more information than just the year. Jeeps have been the anomaly to this rule until now. I understand your concern but I don't see this being an issue at all.Great example of what I was trying to explain about the future 2018 JL ,JK confusion. Another reason why waiting for my 2019 is if you buy a 2018 jeep wrangler for the rest of the time that you own it every time you buy a part or accessories every time you go to an auto parts store every time you talk to a friend and say I have a 2018 wrangler they’ll say which one? And I promise at some point you will get the wrong parts because the person selling the parts will just assume. I hate when manufacturers do this.