Made of natural ingredients, the product offers an eco-friendly way of fighting off corrosion.
Orlando, FL (PRWEB) March 14, 2012
Giant car maker Chrysler is recalling its Jeep Liberty SUV model. That's according to a report from TheCarConnection.com last March 7, 2012. The said recall is due to the fear of corrosion over the vehicles' suspension system.
Particularly, the concern over possible rust formation is in the car's rear lower control arms that are linked with its rear suspension system. It is feared that a corrosion can fracture a control arm. In turn, that can cause a driver to lose control of the vehicle and thus can result in an accident.
However, not all Jeep Liberty is qualified for a free replacement from authorized dealers. Only those jeeps that were originally purchased from states that use salt to de-ice roadways in winter and are manufactured from July 3 2003 to July 14, 2005 are valid. Included on the list of those states are Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and the District of Columbia.
For those car owners who have corrosion problems but are not entitled for free replacements, Rusterizer.com has a solution. Instead of buying any car part to replace the one rusted, it suggests the spraying of a green rust remover called Rusterizer.
Made of natural ingredients, the product offers an eco-friendly way of fighting off corrosion. And because consumers only need to buy it to get rid of the rust, a much smaller amount is needed for the rust removal process.
So consumers can see how the product works, Rusterizer.com is giving out samples of it. Visit http://www.rusterizer.com to get your complimentary sample.