Jeep Liberty's and Jeep Grand Cherokee's built between January 9, 2001, and May 23, 2003 are being recalled for “Inadvertent deployment of the airbags”.  While no crashes or injuries were reported, Chrysler filed documents with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration saying that supplier TRW Automotive had made a material change in the airbag module, and that the change was responsible for the deployments. Kemet supplies the sub-capacitors to TRW Automotive, which in turn supplies the airbag modules to Chrysler. Kemet said neither the precious metal nor the base metal electrodes were the cause of the trouble. TRW didn't say the parts were out of specification or make any warranty claims. The recall covers 2002-2004 Jeep SUVs. The material change took place in the middle of that timeframe. The number of recalled Jeep vehicles in the US totals 744,822, though when factoring global sales, that number swells to over 919,000.