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Published: November 26, 2019
I bought my 2017 Jeep Compass brand new, the 8th month in I was driving on
I bought my 2017 Jeep Compass brand new, the 8th month in I was driving on a busy street when my oil sensor went off and caused my car to slow to a stop and my steering wheel to stiffen. Mind you, the oil light went off 3 days prior and Jeeps response when I took it in? “It burns oil every 3k miles, this is normal according to their standards and that’s just a sensor”. Flash forward to a radio repair, back up camera repairs (needs to be replaced again) and multiple oil issues and it has now been declared a lemon. To say the process even with an attorney has been simple would be a lie. It has been a total nightmare to get Chrysler to take back THEIR defective vehicle. If you are looking for a car for yourself or family I would highly suggest doing your research and never, ever buy a Jeep/Chrysler vehicle. If I could rate 0 stars I would have.
Published: March 5, 2017
My brand new Jeep Renegade has a loud whistle noise coming from window... i
My brand new Jeep Renegade has a loud whistle noise coming from window... it is louder than the radio. I asked dealership in Brooksville FL 3 times to fix it. They keep the car all day and at 5 pm they tell me they could not fix it. Remember that I take the day off work because they do not allow me to have a rental. Really bad customer service. Dont ever buy a Jeep.
Published: July 17, 2015
Where do I begin? I bought this Jeep brand new and outright with 36 miles w
Where do I begin? I bought this Jeep brand new and outright with 36 miles when I drove it off the lot. It was great until 40,000 miles I had to replace everything in the front end. Mind you this vehicle is not used for off road. It is used for basic daily driving to and from work, errands, etc. After that was replaced I made a turn only to have scalding hot water pour into my driving foot while wearing sandals. I took it back to the dealership and asked to be notified of the problem before it was fixed. I was not called until the end of the day when I was told to pick up my vehicle. I was then told it was a clogged AC unit and was charged $300. They did the work without my consent. The troubles kept coming after that! About a year ago while driving down the road, my car began to violently shake with my daughter in the vehicle with me. My tie rod broke while driving about 40mph. Luckily I did not crash and was able to gain control of the vehicle and pull off the road. That makes the second time things in the front end were replaced all before 100,000 miles. I am now over 100,000 and no longer have a warranty. Two months ago I paid 1,000 for engine issues. My traction control light is always on, now my check oil light is on and dinging over and over while driving. There is a sensor failure that informs the car of the oil pressure. I have plenty of oil. Then I went to leave for work and my Jeep would not release the shifter out of park. Upon research this is an electrical issue where the transmission does not recognize the brake is being pressed to release the vehicle out of park. I was finally able to get it out. My blower motor for the hot and cold air does not work and needs to be replaced. I also have paint bubbling up right above the windshield and the roof of the vehicle. Not sure if this is related but in New England winters like this past one where we have a ton of snow and ice I have water that leaks into my interior light and comes through the light. So basically my car sucks and I thought I would at least be able to get two more years before I had to buy a new vehicle but this is not the case. I am having more and more issues! So from 40,000 to its current 119,000 this car has been nothing but a headache! I am so disappointed and so badly want to call Chrysler and tell them all the issues Ive had in a basically brand new vehicle (I know its not now but at 40,000 it still was). Ive owned many Jeeps over the years and I will not be purchasing another Jeep!!! I dont feel safe even driving to work in this POS!!! It looks nice on the outside but just ask me about the anxiety, stress, headache and money this vehicle has cost me and you wont think its so nice!!!
Published: July 29, 2012
2012 Jeep Liberty automatic transmission has a loud clunk when up-shifting
2012 Jeep Liberty automatic transmission has a loud clunk when up-shifting or down-shifting. It sounds like its coming from transmission or drive shaft u-joint. I took it to the dealership and the technician replicated the problem on the Jeep as well as another Jeep on their lot. The dealership contacted Chrysler and was told that Chrysler was aware of the problem, but has no fix or repair to correct it. They stated that it may be a software problem with the transmission control module(?). This has happened ever since the Jeep was new and it now has 5,000 miles on it. One of these days, the transmission and/or drive shaft is going to being lying on the road. And, all this time, Chrysler admits that they have a problem!
Published: July 23, 2012
I took the car to Advance to see why the engine light keeps coming on and w
I took the car to Advance to see why the engine light keeps coming on and why the car was blowing heat. They hooked it up and said that was a small leak and that it could be the gas cap. We fixed the cap and went on. After a we drove and the car got to half a tank, the engine light came back on again. Now back to the air conditioner. We have been back and forth with this. I took the car to the place that fixes my Lincoln, and they saw there was a leak coming out of the jeep from the air conditioner. He told me since it was under warranty, to take it to a jeep dealer. I took it to Five Star in Macon, and they said there wasnt a leak. They put Freon in the jeep and made note of what I said. Two days later, the car was hot again. I took the car back, and they said there was a leak and they needed to order the part. They fixed the jeep, and then, it went out again. I had to go out of town and I had to ride with no heat. On top of that, my children had to ride in it the entire time without any air. That is dangerous to anyone and mainly children. I drove around in Atlanta for a week because of the scheduling and being able to come back so they could fix it. They explained that if I got a rental, they wouldnt cover the days that the jeep was fixed. I just dropped the jeep again, and if its not done right again, what do I as a customer do? This is crazy that we were forced to ride in 117-degree weather and then some. As a customer, I am so angry and dissatisfied with the service that I have gotten.
Published: February 23, 2012
I financed a new 2007 Jeep Commander Sport. The first of many visits to the
I financed a new 2007 Jeep Commander Sport. The first of many visits to the dealer was reinstalling the software. Then, we experienced on occasion, when all the gears on the panel lit up, and our truck wouldnt drive over 20 mph, which we recorded. I took it to the dealer, and never duplicated the error (software got updated). A couple of months later, the passenger speaker had a recall, and the dealer fixed it. A few months later, we noticed on cold days the idle would drop, as it was going to shut off. Also, on stops, the idle would go up, as my foot was on the break pedal. This got me worried. Once, a pedestrian walking in front of me thought I did it to scare them. I took it to the dealer. At this time, I knew the staff at Long Beach Chrysler Jeep personally, so they tried duplicating it. Of course, it wasnt. Months went by, everything was cool, I guess, then there was another recall on the side air bags. Before I go on, I forgot my wife was in involved in an accident, as she was leaving her parking spot. To get on the street, a driver clipped her tire, and pushed her forward six feet onto a parked Lexus. No airbags were deployed. They inspected something like the black box, and said she was traveling at a certain rate of speed to deploy. Whatever, my wife was at fault. The problem ended with the self idling after the last software upgrade.At 30,000 miles, I needed to service the transmission. I thought about taking it to a local shop. To my surprise, my truck didnt come equipped with a transmission dipstick. The dealer, or someone with the latest tool could only check it. At this time, I had moved to Bakersfield, so my choice was to take it to the local Jeep dealer. They noticed there was a leak on a seal. My warranty covered it, but had to pay a $200 deductible. It was smooth sailing, until my turning signaler started acting up in November. It was broken, so I had to replace it, and again, I had to pay a deductible.A month later, I noticed outside air coming in through the vents, but my fan cycle was off, and air was in recirculating mode, so no air should have been noticed. I took it in, in January 2012, to see if there was a recall, or maybe something got disconnected. The Bakersfield Jeep dealer would charge a diagnostic fee, and if the part was covered in warranty, they would waive it. They found the actuator needs to be replaced, and its not covered by my warranty. They gave me a discounted quote for $850, but got me for my diagnostic fee. I knew it was a problem with the outside air coming in, so when I took it in, I told them it must be some kind of damper, that opens and closes like a door. Why couldnt the dealer tell me that only major AC components were covered, before they took my money. So now, my warranty is expiring, and Im shopping for an extended warranty service outside the dealer. Since I have a pre-existing problem, a new warranty will not honor it. Unless its another component that leads to that problem.Another issue I experienced about 2 years later after purchase, was my passenger mirror needed to be replaced. The long beach dealer fixed it. Prior to that, my gear shifter got stuck, and needed to be fixed. The dealer fixed it. Within the third year or so, I was living in the valley, and it gets hot. I turned the AC on, and a real foul muggy smell would come out of the vents. I took it to the dealer, and they had report that the condensate drain was plugged up. The dealer fixed it and even cleaned up my AC vents with some fancy spray. Im finally going to be done paying it off in a few months, and have no plans of ever buying a Chrysler/Jeep vehicle. For what its worth, now I think Ill have to buy an extended warranty elsewhere. I hope my issues get resolved with whatever service contract I purchase, and hope its not the actuator that the dealer said was faulty. Im not planning to get rid of it for now, I will drive it until years of newer warranties are expired.
Published: August 10, 2021
7/1/21 I was in a terrible car accident on the interstate. 28k damage to my
7/1/21 I was in a terrible car accident on the interstate. 28k damage to my Jeep Wrangler! I had no airbags nor did my seatbelts lock, we were violently thrown into dash, my husband has facial fractures even. Jeep did a inspection and denies any liability. So never ever spend 45k on a jeep wrangler unless it your preferred coffin!
Published: October 13, 2011
I bought a Jeep Commander three years ago at this dealership. While it had
I bought a Jeep Commander three years ago at this dealership. While it had a current inspection, the tires needed to be replaced immediately. The airbag light has been on since I bought the car. The heating system (and cooling) does not shut off. I was told when I bought it that the heating system was fine.There are no lights on the dash for the heating/cooling system. Now the transmission is acting up. The tack will go very high as it gets stuck in low gear. When I stop the car, turn it off and back on, it somehow must reset itself. My window controls on the driver side door no longer work in the front of the car. The seats are all badly stained. I have had this to a dealer in Warren, PA for repairs, but they have been unable to find the problems. Now, of course, my extended warranty is up and I do not have the funds to purchase another one. This car is a money pit. I love how it drives, but now Im stuck with an unreliable vehicle that I still owe $14,000 on.
Published: January 12, 2012
I am writing seeking help. I have failed to receive any acceptable resoluti
I am writing seeking help. I have failed to receive any acceptable resolution to my problem. Please see below my submission to the NHTSA. Please contact me at any time so we can reach a quick and mutual resolution.The rear window regulators in the 06 Jeep Liberty are failing at an alarming rate. Ours has had both break once and the drives side twice now. I have contacted Jeep with my frustrations with zero help. There are countless claims online, with friends, acquaintances, and even my local jeep dealer (Easton, MD) that all support that this is not an isolated issue.I have again been told that there will be no recall because this is not a safety issue. I disagree strongly! When driving down the highway and the window regulator fails, the window drops. What happens if there is something leaning up against the window, a child in that seat, a pet? The risks are huge to the safety of the vehicle occupants and others on the road should something fall out.The other thing that is very alarming is that everything is beginning to present itself at a similar time for the vehicles showing signs of the problem. Jeep claims it is due to plastic parts failing due to not enough use? This makes no sense. The rear window has no support and falls inside the window. It is currently held up with packing tape.To support my claim that this is an issue affecting a large number of people and clearly not an isolated issue, please see the web sites listed below.
Published: January 5, 2018
Never use this company. Very BAD customer service if you can ever get off o
Never use this company. Very BAD customer service if you can ever get off of hold waiting for them. Changing their name from Frontier to Vantage is not going to fix them. Had to use the Attorney General’s office of MN to get them to respond and admit all their billing errors.
Published: September 7, 2011
The rear power window regulator for my 2005 Jeep Liberty has broken three t
The rear power window regulator for my 2005 Jeep Liberty has broken three times. It broke in May on the first year, broke again in July of next year, and broke again in August of the following year. The window regulator replacement part seems to last only 14 months. This is disgusting and costly. It costs me hundreds of dollars. Jeep needs to compensate those of us who keep having to pay for these repairs, fix the windows or switch to crank windows in the back. Do we really need power windows in the back of a Jeep?
Published: August 2, 2016
On May 19 I was told I need a transfer case which would be covered under wa
On May 19 I was told I need a transfer case which would be covered under warranty. It is now August 2 and I am being told it will still take another week. I can barely drive the car. Ive been told repeatedly that it would be in on a certain date, only to have the date slip week by week. I now understand why they refused to give me a tracking # the last time I called. Each time they pass me to a different case manager. I am convinced that Chrysler just doesnt want to do warranty service.
Published: December 9, 2016
The transmission on my 2015 has been recalled. It takes attention to shifti
The transmission on my 2015 has been recalled. It takes attention to shifting and does not have a positive feel for which gear it goes into. I have driven a new Jeep every 2 yrs. and have been happy in the past. I hate the new electronic controlled 9 gear shift mechanism. Before Fiat got involved the Jeeps were great.
Published: May 10, 2020
Cute car but piece of crap. 2019 Jeep Compass. In Aug of 2019 I complained
Cute car but piece of crap. 2019 Jeep Compass. In Aug of 2019 I complained about engine noise a month after when backing up and was ignored. 5/9/20 car started and would move two ft and cut off and parking break & engine light comes on. Now my truck with 10,000 miles on it is sitting at a dealership. This is a damn safety hazard because I was pulling on a busy street when it cut off. I’m going to get rid of it somehow.
Published: July 16, 2015
I purchased my jeep in February of 2015 from Mancaris Chrysler in Oak Lawn,
I purchased my jeep in February of 2015 from Mancaris Chrysler in Oak Lawn, IL. My experience with the purchase was horrific, as they sold me a 2 wheel drive for the price of an 4X4. Tried to tell me I had an 4X4, but my insurance company stated that according to the VIN it was a 2x4. They argued with me back and forth before they finally said the insurance company was right. You would think they would give me a 4x4, no, they did not without me having to put an additional 2 thousand dollars down on it. Okay, I did that. Got my 4x4 and moved on. Then I get the recall notice for R01. Took it in of course and afterwards, the Jeep did not drive the same. A lot of jerking/coughing going on. When I stop at a light, and when the light turns green, I go forward, the Jeep stalls before it would go. Same thing occurs when I make a turn. It could cause someone to run into me from the back because the Jeep stalls. Okay, took it back in, but then I got the recall for a R05. So while getting the second recall done, they were going to look at the issues I explained as well. When I left they said they looked at it and all was fine. Well everything was not fine, it continued to do the same thing. Took it back. They tells me that my 9.V engine is causing the Jeep to do that, and that is the way it is and nothing is wrong with it. On the way home, my entire dashboard goes dark and the ceiling light keeps popping on and off. The next day the check engine lights comes on. Took it back in, but to a different Jeep service department. They had it all day, only to tell me nothing was wrong. That was two days ago. Today while driving to the train station, my check engine light comes on again. WTF!!! Jeep is a piece of JUNK. Please DO NOT PURCHASE A JEEP!!!
Published: September 19, 2011
This is my second Jeep. My 2001 Laredo experienced locking or freezing of t
This is my second Jeep. My 2001 Laredo experienced locking or freezing of the SUV. Very scary, driving down the interstate when your SUV freezes and you have no power or control, no power steering and you have to pray and glide to the side of the inner side of the highway. This happened to me 3 times.I traded it, and bought a 2006 Laredo and thought my problems would be gone. Just the start! With 60,000 miles on it, I have the transmission light going off and the system goes into a slipping out of gear or a revving. I have to shake the gear knob to get it out of the malfunctioning mode! I have read a lot of similar problems. Besides these not-so-scary problems are the following: the seat belt light is on with the ** chime on, the air bag light is on, the check gas cap is on, and my low tire light is on. Believe me, my husband has checked all four tires with the gauge, filled them properly and there is nothing wrong with the tires! I will never ever buy or suggest a jeep to anyone! I hate Chrysler and believe me they are aware of these problems.Today, I am on my way to shop to see what they can or cant do to the jeep. Last time, when I had the tranny light problem, the shop said, Well, it isnt on now! Well, that is Murphys law! It was on all the way down 44 miles to the service shop, but then when the ** jeep is being looked at, the light isnt on. This is a nightmare!
Published: March 13, 2012
Well, it started when I bought my 2007 Jeep Compass in 2006. Over the years
Well, it started when I bought my 2007 Jeep Compass in 2006. Over the years, I have spent over $7k on ball joints (3 times), wheel hubs (2 times), struts, shocks and now transmission is going after 127,000. I have taken care of this vehicle (oil changes every 3k miles) and now its going to cost me $3100 to replace an entire tranny. Jeep cannot help nor respond with any answers. There should be a serious recall on all 2007 Jeep Compass.
Published: December 1, 2011
2003 Jeep Liberty Freedom Edition (original owner). I have replaced the mot
2003 Jeep Liberty Freedom Edition (original owner). I have replaced the motor on my left rear window on three separate occasions. The first time was covered under warranty, but it was out of pocket the second and third time. Its expensive and apparently a consistent problem with other Jeep Liberty owners. According to the dealership in Davis, this part has not been recalled.With the first use of my car for the day, a metal grinding sound occurs when I brake (lasts for about 3-4 brake uses and then goes away). Its very loud and embarrassing, though I was assured that my life is not in danger. I was told that this is due to debris from the elements (air, dirt, etc.). I am the original owner of this Jeep Liberty and this has never happened in 8 years, until now.From a standstill and then pressing the gas pedal to drive my automatic Jeep, my car jerks (I can feel it and hear it) as if I were driving a stick shift car in the wrong gear. Dealer does not know why.My car has turned off three times when I stop at a red light (stop light, etc.) and I have to restart the Jeep. Sometime it turns on. Other times, I wait and then try again and it turned on. I just took it to the dealer where I was charged a hefty diagnostic fee. However, they could not tell me what the problem was. I am paying a fee, yet they cant determine the problem for my car turning off while I am in moving traffic.Does anyone know if it is legal to charge a diagnostic fee when the dealership cant determine the problem? I would accept the fee if they were addressing the problem; however, they are not.
Published: June 24, 2021
I purchased my 2014 Hero Latitude in Oct 2015. I have had nothing but issue
I purchased my 2014 Hero Latitude in Oct 2015. I have had nothing but issues with this vehicle. I purchased it with a little over 35 thousand miles. I have had a new transmission in about Feb or March in 2016. I have had a transmission mount replaced I. 2017 and another in -Oct 2020. I have had the shifter replaced or repaired about 2016. I’m having an issues once again with the shifter. I have had the throttle replaced in 2020. I current have over 76 thousand miles on my vehicle because I’m too afraid to drive too far. I will not even take a road trip for that reason.
Published: January 1, 1970
The stalling turned out to be intended functionality. It is a feature of t
The stalling turned out to be intended functionality. It is a feature of the economy mode designed to conserve fuel. This feature can be turned off, but I feel that it would be better as a selectable option and not default.The acceleration performance was improved via a transmission controller software update.
Published: April 14, 2014
My 2013 Jeep with 20,000 miles which I owned for 1 year has the 4 wheel sys
My 2013 Jeep with 20,000 miles which I owned for 1 year has the 4 wheel system lock up. The dealership has my vehicle for the past 3 weeks and it is still not repaired. I was told that Chrysler has a problem doing repairs until all parts are tested and then will fix needed parts as Chrysler feels necessary. It has been over a week for parts to be sent to dealership. I am patiently waiting to hear from dealership. I paid over $46000 list price for vehicle and Chrysler is in no hurry to repair plus no vehicle was given to me to use during this period. Chrysler is not responsible for your transportation during repair and the dealership did provide me with a vehicle. I love the truck but will not buy another Chrysler product with this lousy customer service program. DISGRUNTLED!!!!!!!
Published: May 17, 2015
2015 Jeep - The transmission that whines when I pull off and stop. Understa
2015 Jeep - The transmission that whines when I pull off and stop. Understand the Jeep have 9 gears.
Published: October 20, 2015
I purchased a new Jeep Patriot in June of 2010. I used the car to commute t
I purchased a new Jeep Patriot in June of 2010. I used the car to commute to work for about 10 months before changing jobs to work from home. For four years, the car was driven very little and at the time of this review it has less than 33k miles on it. I noticed a loud noise anytime the clutch was not engaged so I took it to the dealership. It turns out vehicle, at 33k miles, needs a new transmission, and of course, the powertrain warranty expired 4 months ago. Linda from Jeep customer services fully appreciates my concern particularly regarding the expense ($4800+). She appreciates the opportunity to review your request, but... you know how the rest goes. My recommendation is not to fall in love with these cars, and definitely dont purchase from a company that doesnt stand by their product.
Published: January 17, 2012
I bought a 2004 Jeep Liberty (used) with 30,000 miles on it. The first year
I bought a 2004 Jeep Liberty (used) with 30,000 miles on it. The first year, I had to replace the transfer case. Next came the PCM computer, not counting the endless times I had to replace so many sensors. I live in the city where these jeeps are built. I will never buy another Chrysler product.
Published: December 31, 2011
I have a 2007 pre-owned certified Jeep Liberty under 80,000 miles. My car w
I have a 2007 pre-owned certified Jeep Liberty under 80,000 miles. My car wouldnt start so I had it towed to the dealership. I was informed that there was a rod in the steering column that attached to the ignition that shirred off. The part is backordered on 398 vehicles and there are none being made. How is this acceptable? Chrysler needs to support their vehicles! I am without a car. My car is my office on wheels. My car is now sitting at a dealership and I am paying about $80 a day for a rental! This for a 2007 car! Chrysler needs to do something about this!
Published: December 29, 2014
I bought my 2011 Jeep Liberty new which has just over 50,000 miles on it. I
I bought my 2011 Jeep Liberty new which has just over 50,000 miles on it. I am a female in late 50s so no off road or rough driving. But already I had to replace a Idler pully belt and today a water pump. Not a happy camper.
Published: May 11, 2012
I was pulling out of a parking lot onto a busy highway, when my 2008 Jeep W
I was pulling out of a parking lot onto a busy highway, when my 2008 Jeep Wrangler started honking and the lights started flashing. It stalled for a few seconds, then I started driving again. I made it 1/2 block to the stop lights, at which time, it did it again and stalled completely. I was able to coast through the stop light and turn onto a side street, where it stopped in a very unsafe area. I immediately called for help and couldnt even get to make my hazards go on. We have since had it towed to a dealership, and we are waiting to see what they come up with. 1 month ago, the stabilizer bar went, causing us to be thrown into oncoming traffic over in Detroit. We had that fixed (quite a cost) and found out this is also a common issue with these jeeps. From reading on the internet, both these things are common problems, but Jeep will not own up to these things. These trucks are horrible and unsafe! We bought ours new, and we have never gone 4x4ing or abused it in any way! We still owe 2 years of payments on this piece of junk, and we are afraid to drive it, because it is a death trap!
Published: March 5, 2018
I found out today I bought a 2010 Jeep liberty in 2013 had 19000 miles on i
I found out today I bought a 2010 Jeep liberty in 2013 had 19000 miles on it. Never was told it had a recall for leaking water pump. Well I have had it for 7 years. I have 35500 miles on it. Now the water pump is shot again. 2 water pumps in less than 8 years. Seems Jeep has a problem that needs to be addressed. I have no problem fixing what goes wrong but I do have a problem with the same thing having to be fixed in a short period of time. And under 50000 miles pretty pathetic. I would never buy another Jeep of any kind. It should still be under some kind of manufacture warranty under 50000 miles. And if there is a problem in this part then Jeep should be responsible in replacing it. Faulty and cheap.
Published: September 29, 2014
Vehicle Check Engine Light comes on and Vehicle loses power. This occurred
Vehicle Check Engine Light comes on and Vehicle loses power. This occurred on a Highway at 65mph, the CEL came on while on cruise control. At that moment the vehicle decelerated from 65mph to about 40mph with no notice. This was an unsafe condition for all occupants of the vehicle including a 16 month baby. The vehicle was almost struck by an Semi truck from behind, who had to lock its wheels to avoid a collision. This will be the 10th time the CEL was been illuminate, but this was the first time for an incident of this manner. The manufacture and dealership seems uncaring of the event and process to make the vehicle safe.
Published: October 15, 2011
My 2009 Jeep Patriot stalls out in traffic. Sometimes at a stop, sometimes
My 2009 Jeep Patriot stalls out in traffic. Sometimes at a stop, sometimes on the freeway at 60mph. In July 2011, I drove this Patriot, which I have had complete confidence in since my purchase two years previous, to Los Angeles. While there, the Jeep stalled out and I was unable to start it again. I had it towed to the Chrysler dealership in Glendale. The gentleman who helped me in the service department got my Jeep in and repaired in mere hours. Originally they charged me $100 deductible against the warranty I purchased when I got the car. That same afternoon, the dealer called and said that charge had been a mistake and that they would be sending me a check, which they did.Less than two weeks later, however, I was in San Diego and the Patriot started stalling on me again. Rather than have it towed I was able to drive it into the dealer, though it stalled multiple times on the way. They had the car for three days and in the end, replaced the computer. They charged me the $100 deductible again, which I was fine with since the last dealer was reimbursing me. The Patriot drove fine for a few more weeks, all the way back to my home in Texas where it ended up parked for about two weeks without being driven. Then, when I was going to drive it, it wouldnt start. It seemed to be the exact same issue. In Texas I had it towed to the original dealer Id purchased it from - Lone Star Chrysler in Cleburne. Their service department, knowing that I was soon to depart for California again for school, was attentive and though they admitted that they couldnt get the Patriot to do the same thing, they said theyd narrowed it down to two things - one being the ignition (I remember this because I had to bring my second key to them for programming). They also charged me the $100 deductible against my warranty.Two weeks later Im back in San Diego where I am attending ministry school. The Patriot stalled out on me one evening on the way back to neighboring El Cajon, where I am living. The next day I was able to drive it into San Diego proper and to class. That afternoon I dropped it back to Midway Chrysler - the dealership that had worked on the Patriot previously. Midway Chrysler had the Patriot for two weeks, leaving me without a vehicle. They have repaired the Patriot but have wanted me to pay the $100 deductible before picking it up, which I am both economically unable to do and ethically just not comfortable doing.How long will Chrysler steal the warranty deductible from me for a problem on their car that they made? This car is an accident waiting to happen - a deathtrap. Stalling in the road can and will eventually lead to an accident that will not only inconvenience people but could possibly take someones life. Ive called the Chrysler warranty number. They have told me to continue working with the dealer. I called the dealer in Texas and they originally said that if I could get the car back to Texas that they would buy the Patriot back. Id be willing to do that at the risk of having to drive the car another 1,500 miles, but after a weekend they changed their mind. Lone Star Chrysler in Cleburne, Texas did not want to buy back the Patriot, nor have they had any interest in helping me.
Published: March 15, 2018
I leased a 2017 Jeep Renegade. Since August 2017 this vehicle has failed to
I leased a 2017 Jeep Renegade. Since August 2017 this vehicle has failed to start every time and has been in and out of the shop for more than 40 cumulative days. I am very disappointed in the vehicle and at this point accepted the fact that the vehicle is unreliable. The vehicle has had numerous parts replaced by the dealer (eg. harness, fuel injectors, brake switch, etc). I want other people to know what experience I have had as this has not been a fun ride.
Published: February 6, 2012
I started my 2003 Jeep Liberty Sport to warm it up and after 10 minutes, th
I started my 2003 Jeep Liberty Sport to warm it up and after 10 minutes, the gas tank exploded. If you have one, I would sell it now before this happens to you. I will never buy a car with the Jeep name ever again! If my family would have been in it, I would have Jeeps ** right now. They should really be investigated for faulty manufacturing as I hear more and more horrible things are happening to almost every model of Jeep that is out right now.
Published: March 21, 2012
My wife was coming to pick me up. She got in the 2012 Jeep (Wrangler) and s
My wife was coming to pick me up. She got in the 2012 Jeep (Wrangler) and started it up, then put in reverse and then the jeep took like full speed and the parking brake was on. It went over the hill and slammed into the neighbor’s garage and the thing is my jeep had less than 2,000 miles and we only had it in a month.
Published: December 18, 2012
I recently purchased a used 2007 Jeep Commander with a 5.7L HEMI engine. Be
I recently purchased a used 2007 Jeep Commander with a 5.7L HEMI engine. Before I bought the Jeep, I took it to a Jeep dealership and paid $150 to have a full inspection done. They passed the Jeep so I bought it two weeks ago. In the last two weeks, the Jeep has stalled three times whilst in motion! Last night, it stalled going 75mph on the freeway with kids in the car! This is just not safe! I called the NHTSA and they opened a case for me, but thats all they did for me. I called Jeep Customer Care, and they just told me I need to take it to a dealer and pay to have them diagnose it. I said, I just paid $150 for that. But no, they want me to pay a new fee for a new test. If you look online, this is obviously a very dangerous and very common problem with Jeep Commanders. (I wish I knew before I bought it.) How can Jeep get away with not recalling all of them? How can only certain years be eligible for recall? This is very unsafe. What will it take before Jeep takes action? A death? Im at a loss. I dont know what to do.
Published: February 13, 2020
Crooked Dealership! Lemon Cars Stay Away!! If I Could Give Negative stars I
Crooked Dealership! Lemon Cars Stay Away!! If I Could Give Negative stars I Would! ...So less than 2 months ago I purchased a 2012 Jeep Compass with 123k miles. Financed through Pronto Finance out of Schaumburg, Illinois. 1st month in vehicle stalled out while pulling up to a stop sign. Just this week the car has stalled out 6 times all while driving on the freeway! One of those times with my 5 year old daughter making a U Turn during rush hour! Car in the middle of the road! Every time this happens, it literary takes 5 or more minutes to start back up again! Did some research online and apparently this is a known issue with other Compass owners and Chrysler intends to do nothing about it until someone gets killed in an accident! I called the salesman Jorge and he told me to call the finance company because he thinks it has a warranty? Hello! I bought a used car as is. Of course it has no warranty!. Just getting the runaround from everyone but rest assured Im taking matters into my own hands. Im going to make a special YouTube Channel to document every time this vehicle stalls out or goes into limp mode. Going to put them all on blast until this matter is corrected or that crooked dealership shuts its doors for good!!! I know very well the power of the internet and social media and Im going to use it to MY advantage. They knew I was desperate for a vehicle and they preyed on me like the snakes they are! Im a hardworking customer making payments on time! You Tube Link coming soon!
Published: October 3, 2011
DaimlerChrysler does not stand behind their lump of **. The 2002 Jeep Libe
DaimlerChrysler does not stand behind their lump of **. The 2002 Jeep Liberty a.k.a. lemony is a rolling piece of gutless **. Everything that can go wrong will or already did. Here is how ** up mine is. I knew how to hold back on the mileage and not drive too often. I have 101K miles now and I am the original owner. I picked up this ** in October 2002, nine years ago.The drivers side seat belt locking mechanism (orange button) malfunctioned. The cost to repair at the dealer was $200 and it was not covered by the warranty. ** you, Jeep! The small hydraulic jack used too often to fix many flats since Jeep put ** soft Badyear tires on it. The jack is stuck in up position. The small hydraulic devices that hold the hood in open position got worn so it can no longer hold the hood open. I had to open the hood a lot.Now, I use an approximately 2 ft. section of PVC pipe as a hood holder, which bounces around under the tiny back seat. ** you, Jeep! The breaks squeaked and wore out twice in nine years. What the **? They still squeak and it now vibrates when engaged and while stopping the **. ** you, Jeep! The radiator is made of plastic. I tried to repair it with an Epoxy but lets face it, that is risky. I had to replace it for about $400 including labor. Plastic radiator? ** you, Jeep! The engine leaks oil now and the ** at the dealership says that the main seal ($500 repair) needs replacing. Yep, another Jeep trick underway. ** you, Jeep! I let it leak all the time and carry around an extra quarts of oil to replenish it as necessary. ** you, Jeep! The windshield blew out three times and the repairs were costly. The idiots who changed it put the rubber device in wrong so the rain leaked in and rust spots grew on the outside roof. Lets face it, one idiot can be as dumb as the engineer who designed the ** thing. ** you, Jeep!The battery cables went loose and the battery died in 2007. ** you, Jeep! Back then, I only had about 50K miles on it. I had to replace them all at once. What a nightmare. ** you, Jeep! The stalling game started in 2008 in regards to a messed up fuel injector--cleaning, repairing, wondering? More ** from a ** team of professional idiots. ** you, Jeep! My fantasy is as follows: I want to fill this vehicle with flaming pig ** and deliver it to the ** engineer who designed it. Then, strap his dopey ** to the bumper and slam it into the CEO of DaimlerChrysler. Back and forth, a few dozen times, should finish up what is left of the rolling skuzz bucket of bolts. By the way, I still have it, baby it, and drive it like it is Christine knowing at any second that it will ** me over somehow, some way and somewhere unknown, with a lengthy bill waiting to kill me again.Not only is DC the ** company who does not care about its products or customers, but this makes me never want to get behind the wheel of any American assembled car, ever again. My next car will be a late 80s or early 90s VW Scirocco, or something like a semi-old Honda Accord, with under 100K miles. Used Japanese or German cars will get me around for my driving needs, when I am not on a bicycle or out walking. Jeep rewrote the book on scamming and laughing in our faces. Everything about this company is evil and pathetic to me now. ** you, Jeep and die!
Published: February 19, 2019
At 41,000 my service light came on. Took to the dealership and was charged
At 41,000 my service light came on. Took to the dealership and was charged $803 to replace the $71 thermostat. Talked to customer service and they told me to submit my receipt and they would file a claim. We know of 2 other people who own the same vehicle and both had to have their thermostats replaced at similar mileage, so INDEFINITELY A KNOWN PROBLEM. After a 45 day wait they call and tell me that my claim is denied because I am out of warranty. Obviously I told them that from the get go, so why have me file a claim? Also, back door handle fell off. What a piece of junk! We bought this vehicle new. Weve always bought Hondas and other than oil changes, brakes and new tires weve never spent a penny on repairs. Live and learn. STAY AWAY FROM JEEP.
Published: July 6, 2013
I own a 2005 Jeep Liberty Sport. I have had to replace window regulators at
I own a 2005 Jeep Liberty Sport. I have had to replace window regulators at least 5 times. Usually the dealership took care of it but I had to pay for a few. And now, in 2013, the last one replaced has broken again. But this one was already replaced by what I was told was the improved window regulator. But just like the old ones, it had about a 2-year life span. But the dealership only gives out a 1-year warranty. Just for this reason, I do not recommend a Jeep Liberty unless the window regulators have been upgraded from the cheapest plastic to metal.
Published: February 24, 2019
2009 Jeep Patriot - Stalling issues, mechanics dont know and cant fix becau
2009 Jeep Patriot - Stalling issues, mechanics dont know and cant fix because there is no warning lights, the Jeep is dangerous to drive, too many others complaining of the same thing. Chrysler doesnt seem take care about putting peoples lives at risk.
Published: June 17, 2018
The Jeep Compass has proved to be good. I have not had any issues with the
The Jeep Compass has proved to be good. I have not had any issues with the make or model of the car. The crossover style is good for my current lifestyle and needs. The seats fold in to create extra space for moving or transporting large items. It also allows me to have space and to feel safer on the road because of the size. I dislike the radio that it came with initially. However a new one could be installed easily enough with the proper tools. I also dislike the handles on the backseat doors as they are a little hard to open.
Published: September 24, 2015
Ground squirrels chewed through the wire to my horn and I took my Jeep in t
Ground squirrels chewed through the wire to my horn and I took my Jeep in to the dealer. They said the warranty did not cover the repair job, and said it would take 1 and 1/2 hours to fix. The Jeep Sat in the lot for 45 minutes before they said it was ready and charged me 150.00 dollars to fix the horn wire. I told them it should have been covered and that I would let their competitors know that the Mighty Jeep is not rodent proof! They laughed and took my money. I had a GMC Sierra for 17 years and never had any rodent problems. I think Jeep has a design problem. I looked into rodent problems online and found this to be more common a problem that most would think. Will wait for the class action lawsuit to get my money back! I have a receipt of the transaction, have contacted Jeep with no reply yet. I also contacted GMC, Chevy, Toyota and Ford. So far GMC and Chevy have responded. I thought they would be interested in Jeep problems.
Published: December 30, 2014
I bought my jeep in August 2014. I first had problems with it September 26,
I bought my jeep in August 2014. I first had problems with it September 26, 2014 with the transmission. The dealer fixed the issue and said things were fine. On November 8th, the lights came on and it wouldnt drive. Had to have it towed again. I stated I did not want this car. The dealership stated they talked to Chrysler and they would not do anything. On December 29, 2014, I was driving the engine and another light came on and the car hardly moved and would not go into reverse. The car is at the dealership and I am waiting to hear if Chrysler will now admit it is a lemon. The car appears to have problems every 2,000 to 2,500 each time. I am extremely disappointed and upset with Chrysler. I owned a Jeep Compass from 2011 to 2014 and had no problems.
Published: April 2, 2014
Daughter was in an accident where she said that she gave the Liberty a litt
Daughter was in an accident where she said that she gave the Liberty a little gas and it jumped forward. She rear ended a Saturn. She hadnt driven the vehicle much since she was only 16 at the time and I put it off as inexperience. We had a gas cap error appear on the information center and after 2 trips to the dealership, they found out that a hose had a hole worn into it by the wiring loom. I sealed the hole temporarily and cleared the error code. I noticed that when I revved the engine and held at a constant RPM of 2000, it would rev to 3000 RPM and fall to 1000 RPM without any fluctuation of pressure on the gas pedal. When I revved it to 2000 RPM, again it went back up to 3000 and I removed my foot... it did not quit revving. I turned the Liberty off and took the seal off the hose. Same revving pattern. Took to Landers McLarty in Bessemer and the service manager is now aware of the issue. STAR(?) ticket is to be opened with Chrysler.
Published: March 11, 2019
I own a 2010 Jeep Liberty with the sky slider roof- reason I bought the car
I own a 2010 Jeep Liberty with the sky slider roof- reason I bought the car! It is broken & Jeep has stopped making parts to fix! Shame on Jeep for not supporting their product! I have contacted Jeep but they tell me to look in salvage yards- REALLY? I have searched for parts to no avail! My vehicle is 8 years old, low mileage & in great shape except for the main attraction- the sky slider! Therefore making the car worthlessness!
Published: June 17, 2014
Jeep gives a turbo over boost alarm and goes in to limp mode. I spend nearl
Jeep gives a turbo over boost alarm and goes in to limp mode. I spend nearly R40.000-00 and car still does the same. I took the car back 4 times and the orom is still the same. They are Jeep specialist. The turbo is redo. The over boost censor is changed and the emg valve is changed.
Published: January 25, 2017
I just bought a 2006 Jeep Commander, love it except for during the recent r
I just bought a 2006 Jeep Commander, love it except for during the recent rain water leaked through my Sunroof and flooded my car with about 1 inch of water on the passenger side. After doing research online I guess this is a normal occurrence with the Jeep sunroof. I think this is ridiculous that due to a design flaw I now have to find someone to clear the blue tube within the sunroof and pay someone to get the water out of my car that Im sure has now damaged the carpet and foam underneath. Ive called Cerritos Jeep, I did not purchase car there, however it is a dealer and no help. How is this my fault??
Published: December 28, 2011
Its a 2007 Jeep Compass with 42,000 miles. This has been the worst car ever
Its a 2007 Jeep Compass with 42,000 miles. This has been the worst car ever! This will make the second time the clutch is failing, both times within less than 12k miles and a little over a year. First time it happened I knew it could have not been my driving ( I never had issues with clutches before and I bought it brand new). The dealer replaced the t/o bearing and clutch plate. The dealer was in shock because they had no clue what caused the clutch and bearing to shatter.Now I am at a second time, out of 3/36 warranty and I am ** because the dealer did not know what the root cause of my problem was. The sad part is that this is not the only problem with the car. It has had multiple issues that the dealer can never catch it doing. I mean it is awesome when it decides not to start. No battery click, no starter engaging, no cranking, nothing. Then 10 mins later, oh it starts fine.
Published: September 4, 2013
This vehicle has a Mercedes 6-speed manual transmission, which you would as
This vehicle has a Mercedes 6-speed manual transmission, which you would assume would be an excellent transmission. It completely failed with slightly over 60,000 miles on it. No one will rebuild it due to the cost of tools and parts, so a new transmission from Jeep is the only solution. Chrysler basically told me to go away, as they had no intention of helping me with the problem. Whatever happened to that legendary Jeep that was bomb-proof and ran forever? This vehicle is trail rated - think I want to take this piece of junk on a back road in the Colorado mountains? Chrysler has no pride in its vehicles. Any wonder why they went into bankruptcy?
Published: February 11, 2012
I have a 2011 Jeep Compass with 2.4 liter engine. The vehicle has 500 miles
I have a 2011 Jeep Compass with 2.4 liter engine. The vehicle has 500 miles and we are only getting 7-10 miles/gallons in the city. I cannot get any assistance from the dealership. They just tell me to wait until summer and see if it improves. Anybody have some of the same problems?
Published: February 16, 2012
There is a recall notice out there for those of you who have problems with
There is a recall notice out there for those of you who have problems with your window regulator. My wifes sister had hers fail (2009 Jeep Liberty) and paid $450 to have it repaired. A recall notice was generated and she was paid for this repair. Check it out.
Published: September 5, 2013
I bought my 2013 Jeep Patriot about 5 months ago. I loved it up until about
I bought my 2013 Jeep Patriot about 5 months ago. I loved it up until about 10K miles when I first started having problems. It has the CVT style transmission in it, and has now overheated and left me on the side of the road 4 times now. This latest time I sat on the side of the road for 21/2 hours in a remote area where I had no cell service. I have determined that it happens just about every time the temp is over 90 degrees outside - happens frequently in southern Louisiana and I have sustained between 70-75 miles an hour for more than 1 hour - I commute 1-1/2 hours each way as I live in Mississippi, and the majority of the highway speeds between here and there are 70 mph. I have been fighting with Chrysler for almost 2 months now. I was ecstatic when I got a call from corporate last Friday telling me they would be happy to buy back OR trade-in my vehicle. Now the corporate guy here is telling me they absolutely will not buy-back my vehicle, they will only trade. I have been unable to find another Chrysler vehicle in my price range that suits my needs since it must be MSRP to MSRP. I am still actively fighting, and considering getting a lawyer at this point.
Published: March 28, 2012
I am very disappointed in my purchase of a 2004 Jeep Liberty. After only 9
I am very disappointed in my purchase of a 2004 Jeep Liberty. After only 9 months, the engine and transmission went completely out. First, I had seals on the crankshaft start leaking and lots of noises from the tranny. Then all at once, the Jeep stopped working. I had it towed to a Jeep dealer here in Salt Lake City, and I was told it would cost me $4600.00 to have it repaired. Now, I read on Consumers Report that the Jeep Liberty is a death trap. From all the complaints, I think we should all get together and file a class action lawsuit against Jeep/Chrysler and get our monies back.
Published: September 27, 2011
My Limited Jeep Liberty 2004 revs up when at a stop, particularly at stop s
My Limited Jeep Liberty 2004 revs up when at a stop, particularly at stop signs and stop lights. This seems to be a problem with many jeeps after doing some search on the internet. The revving up has been getting worse.In addition, I just realized that I paid for the replacement of bad ball joints on my car soon after I purchased it from Diamond Dodge Jeep Chrysler in Flagstaff, AZ. Unfortunately, I have no clue about cars and I was told that I needed a replacement which cost close to $1,000 and only later, much later to find out that I had replaced and paid for something that there was a recall for. I took it back to the same dealership for the recall and they never once told me that they were going to refund me for the $1.000. I know I sound very dumb that I went along with the mechanic when they told me that my car needed two new ball joints and then later took it back in for a recall and only now finding out that they were the same issue. The terrible part is that I got it both done at the same dealership that I bought my car from and they did not tell me that they had the ball joints fixed already and that they would refund me my $1,000, instead, they told me they replaced the ball joints after they already had fixed it. Unfortunately, I cant do anything about it now as Ive noticed that that dealership no longer exists, probably because they were up to no good.Is there anything I can do or anything you would recommend to me to do for both of my issues above?
Published: June 22, 2017
I have always been a Jeep fan, from the time of childhood. I loved everythi
I have always been a Jeep fan, from the time of childhood. I loved everything about them, the look, the engine, the fact that they were American made, and the impression that they took care of their customers. Sadly something as little as an auxiliary cord insert has changed all that. After my auxiliary cord started to malfunction I took the car into the jeep dealership to get it looked at. They sprung their diagnosis fee at me last minute which so happened to be $100 dollars, to look at the radio. They came back to tell me conveniently that this issue couldnt be fixed and that I would need an entire new radio which would be extra, of course. Knowing exactly what happened to the auxiliary cord, I questioned their diagnosis.So I contacted the company directly, which apparently means to them that I didnt understand what was being told to me at the dealership, so they clarified all the information, (basically a waste of time with ID member **), who also failed to answer my other question of who is supervisor was and how to contact them. What makes matters worse is that I was informed in the waiting room by a fellow customer, how to fix the problem for only $50. I had already agreed to the diagnosis fee, assuming the Jeep Company had their customers interests at heart. Instead I felt like it was another situation of a big company taking advantage of the little guys, for a small price.After seeing their reviews, it doesnt surprise me that their customer service rate is so low. It seems as though Jeep is trying to fix that the wrong way. All of the employees were very nice telling me they were unable to fix the problem, but thats not what customer service is about. Its not about being nice. Its about having your customers best interest at heart and that is NOT a Jeep thing.Further information, I have had the car 2 years and as great as it has treated me, its not a car I would recommend. I got into a minor fender bender a couple of months back where I hit another car going 10 mph. There was no visible damage to either cars, so we just exchanged information and went our separate ways. The Next day my check engine light went on and my car started to act funky, so I took it into Midas. They told me that it looked like my car hit a metal pole, with all the damage that was created, $900 of internal damages after a hit going 15 mph.Another issue Ive had with the car was its roaders. My aunt drove my car over a parking curb. That one bump created an additional $800 bill because the roaders are not make to support that type of maneuver. (Rolling OVER a CURB.) Jeeps get a fake rap for being tough. That is not the case with the patriot. I am done with Jeeps based on their priorities alone. Take care of your mechanics (who get paid by the customer btw, not the company). Take care of your customers, and maybe your cars.
Published: June 20, 2017
So Ive been reading that this is a problem with the 2014 Jeep Cherokee and
So Ive been reading that this is a problem with the 2014 Jeep Cherokee and even the dealer admits it and can do nothing for me. Ive had the Jeep go bone dry and shut down after 5k miles on multiple occasions prior to realizing this was an ongoing issue. This time I had the oil changed 3200 miles ago and the engine seized this morning. If this happened on the highway I could see it resulting in injury or death. The manufacturer does nothing, the dealer (Lester Glenn Jeep, Toms River, NJ) does nothing. Im told for them to do anything it has to meet lower than whatever the standard were for a vehicle to burn which was something like a quart per 1k miles. Ive had 10-20 yr old vehicles that didnt burn oil like that. This isnt normal. This time around it did burn quicker than the allotted quart/mi and I imagine its not going to be improving. Dont buy this year Jeep and I think 2015 has the same problems.
Published: October 7, 2014
A number of times, the transmission felt as if a clutch was slipping. This
A number of times, the transmission felt as if a clutch was slipping. This happened first thing in the morning a number of times. The dealer changed something he called the valve. A week later - the same thing happened while climbing Mt. Washington, NH. I had to do a dangerous U-turn and had no engine braking all the way down. After an hour, the problem cleared. The dealer actually told me that there is no engine braking on this car... Chrysler said that if the dealer doesnt find the problem then they will give me the car back. Basically - they are calling me a liar. KEEP AWAY FROM CHRYSLER!!!
Published: May 18, 2012
I have a 2012 Jeep Rubicon that is sitting under a tarp at the dealership I
I have a 2012 Jeep Rubicon that is sitting under a tarp at the dealership I purchased it from, waiting for a replacement cylinder head. Apparently, this is a known issue to Chrysler and instead of contacting owners to replace the heads, they are riding it out to see who all complains about it. Well, mine has cracked and two weeks later still no cylinder head. I opened a case with Chrysler Jeep customer care and have a case number. Finally, I talked to my case manager after four days of calling and he tells me it will be another week before the dealership even gets the new one and refuses to escalate my complaint higher. I have a $38,000 vehicle and I cant drive it. What am I driving? A Ford Focus. Really? Not even comparable. Beyond angry.
Published: September 2, 2015
2011 Jeep Cherokee Headliner Fire - August 20th I was driving near Maryvill
2011 Jeep Cherokee Headliner Fire - August 20th I was driving near Maryville, Tn. when the headliner started burning and filled the vehicle up with smoke. I pulled over and jerked the headliner down and saw flames. I was able to get the fire out and get the vehicle home. A lot of things do not work now including turn signals and wipers. New fuses do not help. I called the local dealership the next day and found out that Jim Codgill Dodge in Knoxville did a recall repair on a recall concerning headliner fires. I took the car to Jim Codgill and got the run around even though they did the repairs. They told me I had to call Chrysler. I spent three hours on the phone with Chrysler and finally gave up and went home. End result - nothing has been done to date.
Published: January 29, 2018
I really enjoy driving the 2017 Jeep Patriot. Its very comfortable, gets go
I really enjoy driving the 2017 Jeep Patriot. Its very comfortable, gets good gas mileage, and it handles well in snow. I dont know if I could drive anything but a Jeep now.
Published: February 15, 2012
Currently, new power train motor mount, car is stalling and stops. Chrysler
Currently, new power train motor mount, car is stalling and stops. Chrysler changed my dealership. Antwerpen treated me poorly and sold a defective vehicle with rust and all. Currently, the car is at Tate in MD. All Im asking for is an extended warranty. Many more parts have been changed. The trouble is that the dealership cant duplicate problems. They have to use on star. Even then, I was told by Mr. ** that they cant duplicate problem. I have an extended history of service with the vehicle. It requires its own file box. I need assistance in order to obtain an extended warranty.
Published: June 9, 2014
How about a class action suit against Jeep for the POS CVT transmission tha
How about a class action suit against Jeep for the POS CVT transmission that overheats and leaves us all stranded on the side of the road or on the shoulder of a highway where people are traveling 70-75 mph?
Published: December 12, 2019
I own or I should say paying to own my Jeep. I have had it for 3 years. So
I own or I should say paying to own my Jeep. I have had it for 3 years. So far it has been dependable. Not a fan of how the transmission works. It shifts but not always when it needs to. Been that way since the day I bought it. Since I have had it we have not had any real expensive repairs. We had to take it to the dealership to have a wheel sensor replaced. Other than tires and a realignment its been trouble free. I would recommend a Jeep Compass.
Published: November 23, 2011
I bought my 2007 Jeep Patriot brand new. About a year later, my jeep stalle
I bought my 2007 Jeep Patriot brand new. About a year later, my jeep stalled at a light. It was raining and started right away so I figured maybe some water had gotten into a hose or the engine. It didnt stall after that for another year. Since then, it stalls every time it rains! I am so fed up with Jeep not recalling their vehicles for known issues. It seems like someone has to die and a lawsuit has to be filed before they do anything to fix their problems. I am so tired of having to invest money in this car.At around 60, 000 miles, I had to replace both ball joints. Even with an alignment my car still vibrates at high speeds. The transmission struggles when accelerating. Ive had to replace all my rotors! My driver side window squeals as it is rolled up. There was a mysterious leak thru my trunk that resulted in water being accumulated where the spare tire is. Took it the dealership and they replaced the rubber gasket but the damage was already done. I service my SUV regularly so I wouldnt expect so many problems. I use fuel injection additives to make sure the fuel system is clean. I change my spark plugs on time. I never had this much problems with my 2000 Galant.
Published: September 30, 2017
I pick up my new Jeep with the nav sys and it is incomplete. Took back to t
I pick up my new Jeep with the nav sys and it is incomplete. Took back to the dealer which sold to me and was told after a long period that was the nav sys. I would have to live with it. After 11 Jeep Grands this is the last one. Paid a lot of money for the nav system to get screwed on it. I am stuck with a system that is useless to me!!!
Published: December 4, 2011
We have a 2008 Jeep Patriot and it was purchased new. Within the first yea
We have a 2008 Jeep Patriot and it was purchased new. Within the first year, our sunroof started leaking. We took the car to the dealership three to four times before they finally replaced the seal on it. They kept saying they were bugs or leaves in the tracks. It wasnt until I threatened to get a lawyer that they replaced the seal. Our liner has spots on it from the water damage and the mechanics hands. We have now owned our car for three and a half years. It has 46,000 miles. This last month, it has started leaking again!We noticed water on the passenger side flooring (a puddle) and could not find water anywhere else. After looking online, I thought it was possibly a clogged hose from the defrost. We took the car to a mechanic who has confirmed that it would not be a problem and suggested that we go to a body repair specialist to find where the leak is coming from. After looking at the car and the large puddle in our car, it looks like it is coming from somewhere around the rear window. I have called Jeep and the assigned case manager will not commit to fixing it. They want us to pay the dealership to look at it and then they may possibly allow us to have a copay to repair this. How can they get by with this? It appears that this is a common problem. We feel that our car is ruined! You can hear water under the floor! Help!
Published: June 27, 2018
Jeep Compass is good on gas. I am glad I picked this type of car. It is rea
Jeep Compass is good on gas. I am glad I picked this type of car. It is reasonably priced for an SUV. It has great stereo and the speakers work well. I like the Bluetooth that came with it. Its nice to be hands free. Moreover, the air conditioning works great. The Compass is great, but I wish it had more leg room and reverse camera. It would be a great safety feature. Also, Id like it if the front window and side front windows had a bit more tint.
Published: June 22, 2018
I have great experience with my Jeep Compass. Good on gas, handles well in
I have great experience with my Jeep Compass. Good on gas, handles well in bad weather, it is a four cylinder engine, and comfortable. Get good gas mileage and parts are fairly affordable, too. It has heated seats, also has four wheel drive, very roomy for size of vehicle, has built in CD player and design is with customer comfort in mind, overall appearance of the vehicle catches the eye and it has a smaller engine which is fuel economy but has the power to get thru anything. However, the Jeep should have a bigger trunk or storage area or should come with a compartment on top of rack for better storage of road side equipment and car maintenance.
Published: July 20, 2013
We have a 2007 Jeep Commander with the lifetime, unlimited mile, unlimited
We have a 2007 Jeep Commander with the lifetime, unlimited mile, unlimited time warranty from Jeep (Chrysler). For the past year, it has stalled repeatedly without warning. It just dies while going down the road which of course results in a loss of all power assist for steering and braking leaving the driver to muscle it out of traffic. It will restart but only after putting it in Park and turning the key completely to the off position and then restarting. It has been to the dealership multiple times, for a total time in the shop for a total time of about two months during the past year and they have yet to diagnose, much less, fix the problem despite getting Jeep engineers involved. We got the run-around from Jeep who eventually dropped the case and said we could start over with a new complaint. What value is a lifetime warranty on a vehicle that the dealer and manufacturer is incapable of repairing? The dealership has done what they can, but Jeep offers us NOTHING but words.
Published: March 8, 2018
I bought a Jeep in October (2017), not from this location but this is where
I bought a Jeep in October (2017), not from this location but this is where I brought my car in for repairs. FIRST I NEED TO SAY WARRANTY ISNT COVERING A WARRANTABLE FIX - let me tell you a bit first... I was leaving for work last Saturday, 3/3/18, and my CV axle/ball joint malfunctioned. I bought my 2015 Jeep Renegade from Centennial location called Prestige Jeep... location (where I will leave a review next) and it was pre-owned. I dont know if this malfunction is due to the vehicles prior use (clean Carfax though) or due to a bad joint. There were plenty of other Jeep recalls on front drive axles since 2015. Anyhow, I have drive to and from all of my patients homes, (full-time nurse) and to and from UNLV (full-time student at 18 units!!!!!) and twice to the grocery store and gas each month. Thats where I have drive. This is a 2015 Renegade with 14,675 miles on it and the axle/ball joint is malfunctioning and the vehicle is undrivable. I bought extended warranty but dont waste your time and money doing that because not even the Jeep original warranty (5 years/60k miles) wont cover it. Lol and they had the NERVE at the SAHARA location to call me while my vehicle is sitting in their lot unfixed and ask me if Im interested in purchasing another Jeep LOL!!! UM ** NO. IM NOT BUYING ANOTHER JEEP OR ANYTHING UNDER THE UMBRELLA OF JEEP/CHRYSLER.
Published: March 19, 2019
I leased a 2018 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk in February 2018. 2 months later I
I leased a 2018 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk in February 2018. 2 months later I had to take it back to dealer for the paint peeling. Of course they were asking me stupid questions... Maybe its the sun?? Maybe its from a carwash... really??? Its a defect.... THEN... it started jerking. I would come to a stop sign or a red light and it would jerk upon acceleration. One time I actually thought someone had hit me from behind. Took it back to dealer... can’t find anything wrong... Then last month I took it to another dealer... they found a cylinder misfiring... yeah sounds safe to me. Started doing it again after getting the car back for 3 days. Dropped it off again and they once again find nothing wrong. I will NEVER buy another Jeep product. I just want OUT Of this lease... Oh, and by the way... I have 8800 miles on it.
Published: March 31, 2014
Jeep Wrangler CRD 2008 - Its a great car... On 30,000 I had to change leaki
Jeep Wrangler CRD 2008 - Its a great car... On 30,000 I had to change leaking power steering hose which appear to be mission impossible for Jeep Service department in Brisbane and finally private mob make a new hose for this car... On 40,000 I had to change dual mass flywheel... it fell apart. On advice from Jeep I went to other mob and this assembly and the clutch were modified to single mass flywheel. Just turned 60,000 and during acceleration from the traffic light it was a bang followed from loss of power and engine control light came permanent ON. From description from the manual... possible cause is blown catalytic converter... very cheap part. Only A$4000.00... This part should last the life time of the engine. What cause it... is terra icognita... even for Jeep experts in Brisbane. I cannot rate this car reliable. It is been driven only on city streets. Never been on the beach or in the mud. Is somebody from Jeep will stand up and take the bullet?
Published: July 21, 2017
I bought a 2017 Jeep Rubicon 2 months ago. It has 3000 miles on it. We were
I bought a 2017 Jeep Rubicon 2 months ago. It has 3000 miles on it. We were driving along a driveway @ 15mph 2 days ago and the back window of the Jeep EXPLODED shattering into hundreds of pieces (as its designed to do). We checked around the vehicle and could find nothing that would have caused it to shatter. We are traveling in CO, so took it to the nearest Jeep dealer who, indicated to my husband that they could not even LOOK @ it for another MONTH. They then referred us to the local auto glass company for repair. When we asked about warranty, the dealer said it would be our insurance - not warranty. When I outreached to Jeep/Wave, they indicated that, without a jeep dealers diagnosis they could not provide warranty coverage so we would have to use our insurance to repair it. They also indicated that they could not force their DEALER to perform the diagnosis in a more timely fashion. All this leaving us to pay out of pocket for the replacement OR drive around CO for the next month waiting for the dealer to find the time to diagnose our window. Shoddy warranty coverage Jeep. Shame on you!
Published: May 11, 2021
I have 2 Jeeps. One is a 2012 Jeep Patriot that has minor issues that haven
I have 2 Jeeps. One is a 2012 Jeep Patriot that has minor issues that havent cost a ton. The other is a 2017 Jeep Compass that has had major financial issues recently. I have an extended warranty on the 2017 Jeep as I bought it used. I took it to my local Jeep dealership when it started hesitating and engine lights went on. They claimed it was a spark plug, maintenance issue that cost me over 500 dollars. Then less than 2 months later same issues same lights on. I took it back to dealership and they diagnosed it with a throttle body problem that was going to cost me an additional 700 dollars (not under warranty). I towed it away but had to pay the 130 for the diagnostic problem they should have seen/fixed the first time. My 2012 Jeep has a 4wd light on ever since I took it to same dealership to fix a recall problem. My honest mechanic said the dealership pinched the wires when they fixed the recall problem. I will never buy another Jeep or go back to Newport Jeep for anything.
Published: December 11, 2016
I had rented a Jeep compass 12/09/16 and that day I had a roll over acciden
I had rented a Jeep compass 12/09/16 and that day I had a roll over accident. I drive professionally and that day I drove at a safe speed for the road conditions. Speed at about fifteen to twenty mph before applying the brake. It had snowed and there was ice conditions. I attempted to stop at a stop sign on a paved road base when the car began to shut down (clicking noises) but the car seemed to pick up momentum. As the car ran through the stop area. The road changed from paved base to a dirt road base. I continued to apply the brake. As the car came upon the dirt road I was hoping the dirt road would provide grab but the momentum continued. The car slid from about twenty feet when applying the brake before the stop sign plus across about a twenty-foot dirt road base slipping for a total of about forty feet. As I viewed the ditch (luckily no water in it) I was headed for, with a ten foot drop, I thought I did all that I could and prepared for the hurt that I and the car will have. And now, two days later, I use the term terminator. I felt the car had its on will. Applying the brake did nothing. I hope this vehicle is recalled because I could of easily not have been viable now.
Published: April 26, 2013
I purchased a 2011 Jeep Patriot new in August 2011. At 4000 miles, I pulled
I purchased a 2011 Jeep Patriot new in August 2011. At 4000 miles, I pulled out of a parking lot and my Jeep would not go faster than 1-2 miles per hour. The RPMs when pushing down the accelerator to the floor would go past 6 and into the red, but the vehicle would not go. It sounded like the vehicle was in neutral with the gas pedal all the way to the floor. I turned it off and on several times and it was fine. I took the vehicle to the dealership and they couldn’t find anything wrong with it and nothing showed up when they hooked it to their computer. This same problem has happened 7 times from April 2012 to April 22, 2013.The last time I took it to the dealership on April 22, 2013, their technician at the plant diagnosed the problem that the floor mat must be in the way of the gas pedal and that the engine is not getting fuel. Seriously? If the RPMs are at 6 or higher... then the engine is getting fuel. I am sick to death of this problem and no help from the dealership. It’s ridiculous and pathetic! Dealership is telling me there is nothing they can do because their computer does not show anything is wrong. Tech at Jeep says to fix nothing until it duplicates this problem while the dealership is test-driving it. Help!
Published: September 25, 2011
My 2006 Jeep Liberty rear window regulators have been replaced four times.
My 2006 Jeep Liberty rear window regulators have been replaced four times. We do not even use the rear windows so there is no reason for them to just drop while driving. Jeep will not do anything about this, and as I am seeing, this is a common problem.
Published: November 16, 2017
I bought a Jeep a year ago but it has been the worst investment that the se
I bought a Jeep a year ago but it has been the worst investment that the seller made a car with factory problems, the roof with problems of liquefaction. I go four times that they try to fix but always has a different problem. The mechanics have been deteriorating. They put old screws to repair it, they do not put their original parts, to each place that I wear they put a different silicone in it, I lost my love for my car. The truth is that my car has the guarantee but they do not want it answer for my car, if they already realized that the car is not only repaired with silicone and patches. It is best to change the whole piece but Jeep has not returned the call. I think they are waiting for the warranty to end so that dissatisfied customers can not claiming for our rights. Its sad because I thought it was a good company.
Published: July 9, 2015
Bought a Jeep patriot in 2012. All of the plastic on interior was just hang
Bought a Jeep patriot in 2012. All of the plastic on interior was just hanging due to plastic clips breaking. Took to dealership because of skipping and poor acceleration from stop in automatic. It whined and smelled like something burning while going uphills and even in lower gears struggled. Occasionally, when I would start car, it would sound like it was going to throw motor through the hood. Their tech told me that they just have crappy transmission and it would get worse with time and mileage but said they couldnt do anything about it because technically theres nothing wrong with it. Traded Jeep in and couldnt be happier! Will never own another Jeep or Chrysler product again.
Published: November 24, 2016
Jeep built to last. Jeep liberty is great on gas mileage being a diesel. It
Jeep built to last. Jeep liberty is great on gas mileage being a diesel. Its great with pulling trailers and hauling. Great performance. Been in our family for years. We love it. Does what its name stands for... JEEP.
Published: August 25, 2016
I wanted to write and ask if anyone else has had a problem with their Jeep
I wanted to write and ask if anyone else has had a problem with their Jeep Liberty suddenly catching fire. I had this happen to me for no apparent reason. No warning lights, no strange sounds, nothing. I was driving along and LUCKILY a driver behind me honked his horn and flashed his lights to get my attention. I came to a stop at a stoplight and thats when smoke and flames started to come out of the vents and fill the interior of the Jeep. I pulled off the road into a convenience store parking lot, jumped out and ran inside. The fire department arrived in less than 5 minutes but my Jeep was a complete loss. I have attached the pictures to show the aftermath. THANK GOD that I escaped but sadly I was left with a pile of ash that my insurance company would only pay a depreciated value for the remains...
Published: July 16, 2018
My 2016 Jeep Renegade shut off while driving home from work at 9:30pm. It w
My 2016 Jeep Renegade shut off while driving home from work at 9:30pm. It was dark and raining. There was no shoulder to even coast too. I could have been injured if I got hit. I am scared to death to drive my Jeep because I’m terrified this will happen again. Turns out there was no oil in Jeep. Why? I ask. I just had an oil change not even 700 miles ago. I’m already down a quart or more so now what?
Published: June 7, 2012
Was my Jeep painted at 4:45pm on a Friday? And the BBB is useless - First s
Was my Jeep painted at 4:45pm on a Friday? And the BBB is useless - First said, I love my Jeep and want no other car. This complaint is solely on shoddy workmanship and inspection practices. At purchase, I did notice bumpy paint on the door hinges and on one hood hinge, I was not concerned at time; I was excited to get my Jeep. My boyfriend made the comment that I need to get it looked at because he thought these were air bubbles and would eventually begin to flake. Well, one of them finally flaked; I took it to the dealer. I had seen a Jeep just like mine the week before with the same paint flaws. It happened to be the same color as my Jeep so I thought it was a defect in that particular paint color. Well, the dealer said it was rust and they have seen several vehicles in multiple colors with this same issue. They said the factory painted over rust, rust?! The dealer took photos and submitted them to corporate with estimates and was shot down each time. At one time I asked my contact, “Since I brought my Jeep in at just fewer than 50K miles, you think they (corporate) may be stalling for me to hit the 50K?” He said it does make it harder to get things done “after the 36,000” is up, but we will see. Well, I guess since it is my fault that the paint finally flaked after 36,000 miles, the Chrysler Corporation does not feel they are in need of fixing something that should not have left their factory floor in the first place. I even shelled out $3K+ for the lifetime service and power train warranties, still nothing. No wonder people hate buying American goods. Our eyes for detail stink especially if you get an inspector at 4:50pm on a Friday reviewing what is about to be shipped to a sales floor. I will be submitting this complaint to the BBB, and various consumer watchdogs. Thanks for your time in reading this. The above letter is what I e-mailed to Chrysler yesterday and it was probably scoffed at because as I contacted the BBB today, via my phone, I got this automated message that told me that Jeep was one of the dealers that did not participate in the BBB’s Auto Line Program and that I should consult my owner’s manual or press 1 for the directory of the auto service manufactures, **? Companies can choose if they want to receive BBB complaints or not? I thought the BBB was there to help resolve the issues and instead it is directing me back to the corporation that does not want to resolve the product defect in the first place? Attorneys, possible class action suit as I have seen and heard of other Jeeps with this issue?
Published: May 14, 2014
I have a 2010 Jeep Liberty with less than 50,000 miles. I have had it servi
I have a 2010 Jeep Liberty with less than 50,000 miles. I have had it serviced 3 times. It will drive fine for a while then stall. This is very dangerous. It had stalled on the hwy and once when my baby was in the car.
Published: July 15, 2016
My car has broken eight days ago, and it was towed to the nearest dealershi
My car has broken eight days ago, and it was towed to the nearest dealership at that time (Nielsen East Hanover). So far, even after several contacts with the dealership and with this customer service, I have no information what is wrong with the car and why I was not provided with a loaner. This is a leasing car, I am paying for it, and my next bill will come with the same amount, even after these days that I am not using it. I have now to commute my daily 60 miles walking 25 minutes to the train station to catch a train. I have to ask my neighbor to take my child to the day care. I have a hip replacement and have to walk distances that I should not have to... because I LEASE A JEEP!!! I am paying for this leasing!!! The dealership tells me to ask a loaner to the Customer Service. The Customer Service tells me that it is waiting for the dealership to decide on whether they will give me a loaner or not. And yet, no information about when the car will be fixed. Is this the way JEEP treats its customers? Ive never felt so frustrated and disappointed before, to the point that I decided to get a lawyer to help getting my rights.
Published: December 22, 2018
If I can save even ONE person from throwing their money away on a Jeep Rene
If I can save even ONE person from throwing their money away on a Jeep Renegade Sport, that’s great! I have this car under lease. In 2.5 years it has required: a new computer, new AC, new transmission and the thingy that helps with a flat tire does not work, so I had to buy a spare. A conservative estimate of the work needed is about $10,000. I had to cover $2,000 of it myself. Never ever not ever would I recommend anyone buy a Jeep.
Published: November 1, 2011
I bought a 2008 Jeep Liberty and took it home for one day--it had multiple
I bought a 2008 Jeep Liberty and took it home for one day--it had multiple issues. The stability control was messed up and so was the brake assist. I couldnt even drive it. It was uncomfortable, to say the least. I took it back before the financing even went through. For vehicles priced this high, there shouldnt be issues. My credit took a hit because they sent it through so many companies all at once for a vehicle. I will never buy a jeep!
Published: June 16, 2018
The Jeep Patriot is by far one of the best vehicles we have owned. It gets
The Jeep Patriot is by far one of the best vehicles we have owned. It gets great gas mileage and does awesome in snow. This past Christmas my family went to visit family in Jamestown NY and ran into blizzard like conditions and if it wasnt for the 4 wheel drive I dont know what we would have done. The Patriot had no problems getting us through the snow storm. We like the 4 wheel drive. It gets up and goes with no problems. Theres plenty of room for the family and groceries. We like all the other features as well. But we find it hard to look both ways when theres a passenger or youre by yourself and its hard to see down the road cause of the door frame. Other than that we dont have any complaints. My family loves the Patriot and was sad to hear that they are stop making them.
Published: June 1, 2015
Brand new 2014 jeep wrangler Rubicon started malfunction at 5000 miles. Lig
Brand new 2014 jeep wrangler Rubicon started malfunction at 5000 miles. Lights shorting out, tpms fully malfunctioning and doesnt recognize where any of my tires are even after 3 new modules replaced. My radio now doesnt work as it goes nuts with the buttons flashing etc. when car is on and the worst part is my Jeep turning on by itself in my driveway middle of night without the keys!!! They have had me into dealership for 7 months now. 12 plus visits, over 5 rental cars and to this day I have no answers. The resolution department does nothing but make you run in circles and has not offered to help in any way. I spent over $50,000 on this top of line Jeep to get no accountability from the manufacturer on these problems. When their own dealership told me to hire a lawyer AND the customer service dept of Jeep says the same thing after looking over my STAR report.... well looks like Im getting a lawyer. Lucky I live in California where they have to give me every penny back, my down payment and pay for my lawyer. I used to love my Jeep. Now I just have a bad taste in my mouth from this company.
Published: June 28, 2012
Ok, I had an issue with my jeep stalling as I was driving. Theres no noise,
Ok, I had an issue with my jeep stalling as I was driving. Theres no noise, it ran quietly, but it just stalled. After a little while, I got it started and I went straight home gassing it to get there, then I parked it. After a couple of hours, I went back out to start it and it fired up like no problem occurred! But the next time I got in it, it started; and it was heading down the road, and it stalled on me again in the middle of an intersection endangering my life! Thank God, I had help after an hour or so; and I got it pulled into a parking lot to be towed later. We were told it was probably the fuel filter or pump going bad. So we forked out $200 to get it changed. Did that change the problem? No. It started up again. I took it down the road and it stalled out again. So with this going on, I did some digging on the internet and found others were having these issues.A lot were saying that the PCM module is bad. So I called Jeep to find out about a recall on the PCM module. They said I had to take it to one of their service places to get verification that this was the issue. They couldnt get it to start and said I needed to change an SKIM module ($375.00). Its more out-of-pocket. The reason the SKIM module got burned out, by what the mechanic said, was because of the power control module. So now that 1 month or so has passed and my daughter has a heart condition and my mother is 3 hours away having quadruple bypass surgery, I dont have a vehicle to get there and be with her. And I finally got a response from Jeep Daimler Chrysler that it isnt under warranty to be fixed. Even though its their malfunctioning part that was put on the vehicle when made, they dont want to be accountable for it. So either we pay the $800.00 for the PCM module or I dont have a reliable safe-driving vehicle. How can manufacturers get away with this?
Published: May 1, 2018
Jeep Liberty runs great and fun to drive. Great styling and large cargo are
Jeep Liberty runs great and fun to drive. Great styling and large cargo area. Good visibility and all around vehicle. However a little noisy. But it is a little older model, New ones may be quieter.
Published: January 11, 2012
2005 Jeep Liberty 3.7L: Both rear windows fall down. The regulator goes ou
2005 Jeep Liberty 3.7L: Both rear windows fall down. The regulator goes out. I spoke to several mechanics. It happens all the time to 2005-2006 and 2007s. This is not a recall item on Jeep’s website. On Jeep forum, one consumer said Bad regulator, not a safety issue, so no recall.” If this is what Jeep/Chrysler told him/them, this is just wrong. Why would they put a lock on the rear window and a child safety lock on the rear door if not for safety? There are hundreds of forums with thousands of complaints about the Jeep rear window regulators. Jeep should have a recall notice for these vehicles. And if they will not repair, at least they should permanently fix so that they do not operate and just stay up.
Published: October 11, 2014
I have a 2006 jeep commander and I have a recall for the ignition. When I c
I have a 2006 jeep commander and I have a recall for the ignition. When I called the toll free number to find out how long is going to take to fix the problem because I have a baby on the way and I dont want to drive my unsafe car with a newborn, I was met with rude woman named Jillian with the ID number **. When asked what the time frame for the wait time would be for my car, she basically told me that she had a no information about it and said that I would have to wait for a letter and then refused to give me the contact information to anyone above her. I told her in a few months I would be having a baby, her response was dont drive your car. Chrysler has some great people answering the phone calls
Published: October 5, 2018
Im experiencing stalling, shuddering and shaking. I was told by a Jeep deal
Im experiencing stalling, shuddering and shaking. I was told by a Jeep dealer I need an Electronic throttle control body. Of course they whipped out the cost but not the solution. They let me leave with the car like that. The next day I received a lightning bolt warning signal and the car stalled in traffic jerked forward and continued moving slowing in ongoing traffic. This is a safety issue and I advise other owners with these problems to report them.
Published: September 1, 2015
My name is Joseph **. I bought a 2015 Jeep Renegade and in 4 months this ve
My name is Joseph **. I bought a 2015 Jeep Renegade and in 4 months this vehicle has let me down. Once, the door locks were not locking and the alarm would come on. Second time, I went to a AT&T about 1 hr from where I live, after going back to my Jeep it would not start. Then I called through the assist button and no luck, no answer. Two hours after tow truck came and took me to get nearest Jeep dealer Firkins in Sarasota. At that time they were closed. Then I had to call a taxi to take me to the airport so I can get a rented car so I could have gotten out from this stranded situation. The next 2 days I had to miss work because I was told that they will try to fit me in so I could get my Jeep and etc. I am a loyal customer and I felt like Jeep just drop the ball and wouldnt never recommend or ever go back to Jeep. This Jeep was bought at Greenway Jeep in Orlando and the people who works there do not care about customers.
Published: April 29, 2018
Fun to drive, looks great but this model has issues with the front end part
Fun to drive, looks great but this model has issues with the front end parts and the subframe. Have a 2008 Patriot with only 60k miles that has had almost every front end part replaced, if I did not have an extended warranty I would not have been able to afford all the repairs. I always thought Jeeps were good vehicles, but I will never buy another one.
Published: April 22, 2014
In 2012 my air condition went out on my 2007 Jeep Liberty. I paid $1,100 fo
In 2012 my air condition went out on my 2007 Jeep Liberty. I paid $1,100 for the dealership to replace it. In 2013, one month after my warranty on the compressor, it went out again. I took it back to the dealership who replaced the dryer, but the mechanic said I needed another compressor. They said this time it would cost another $1300. The compressor lasted the rest of the summer, but this year it has stopped functioning again. I cannot afford to replace the compressor each year! I am now driving my Jeep Liberty without air conditioning. I feel the company and dealership has taking advantage of me because I am a woman and my lack of mechanical knowledge.
Published: August 21, 2015
Ive noticed when I get into a Jeep Patriot (this has happened in 4 separate
Ive noticed when I get into a Jeep Patriot (this has happened in 4 separate Jeep Patriots) that my mouth starts to taste like cotton and I have a hard time breathing. So far, I have not found anyone that has had the same experience as me. My friend who purchased a Jeep Patriot said he noticed it a little bit but nothing severe. My boyfriend then bought a Patriot even after I told him of this side effect (smh). Instantly when entering the vehicle, I start tasting this cotton taste in my mouth and my throat starts to close up. Now I know there is a certain chemical either in the AC used in this vehicle or the powered plastic they use for the dash. Has anyone else experienced the same issue? Ive searched the internet high and low to see if anyone has this problem, and I havent had any luck. Are there any latex products used in the making of this vehicle? Please, if anyone has had the same allergy or knows what the cause is reply.
Published: November 25, 2016
Handles well and is solid. I have a liberty limited, get great mileage for
Handles well and is solid. I have a liberty limited, get great mileage for the size engine. The company just needs to do a better job for fixing the back passenger window and the drivers seat belt that dont always stay clipped.
Published: August 30, 2013
I bought my 2004 Jeep Liberty almost 2 years ago. Aside from the constant l
I bought my 2004 Jeep Liberty almost 2 years ago. Aside from the constant light show on the dash, I loved the car! I started losing power when accelerating, at first occasionally but becoming more frequent over a month. I took it to my regular mechanic a couple of times but they couldnt find the problem. I ended up losing power completely and had it towed to Jeep dealership. First, I was told the water pump was loose and shook things up. I needed a new one. They also did an injector service(?). Tech drove it thinking it was fixed but he suddenly realized the car was a hazard when it all but stopped on the highway. We are now @ $800 and climbing! A few hours later, he discovers a problem with a cylinder head. Heres the catch. They told me it was cracked and needed replaced but told my extended warranty co. it was warped. So when talking to warranty co., they would say warped but dealership would say cracked when talking to them! Who do I believe, the warranty co. or the supposedly trained tech that knows these things? Of course I believe the tech and tell them it needs done whether the warranty covers it or not. Aside from the fact that the service manager lied to me several times stating he was on the phone constantly with warranty co., he lied when telling me it was cracked! Warranty wont pay stating it was not a necessary replacement! It WAS warped and could have been machined down at a much lower cost! So after my Liberty being at dealership for 3 weeks (which I still cant figure out), I get to pick it up tomorrow! At last count, the total was almost $3400! That doesnt include the rental I needed! Always had VWs, then went to Subarus. With my business, I need 4 WD, though, which is why I went to Jeep. Never again! Cant trust the company and cant count on the cars!
Published: March 26, 2012
While out of town on a road trip, my car stalled on the interstate and cut
While out of town on a road trip, my car stalled on the interstate and cut completely off. The inside lights would not work and the dashboard lights began to flicker. It restarted and I was able to pull over at a gas station. Once stopped, a burnt smell and smoke began to come from the gearshift inside the vehicle. I was coming back from out of town and was 2 hours away from home. I was completely stranded with my family and was fortunate enough that the event we were at out of town had a charted bus and I was able to contact them and give us a ride home. Now, my car is 2 hours away from home and I am going to have to pay to get it towed to a dealership. This is completely and utterly dangerous! I looked up my symptoms and I have seen hundreds of complaints of the exact same things happening but no resolution from Chrysler or the dealerships. Consumers should not have to be responsible for manufacture’s defaults. At this point with the hundreds of complaints about the same issue, it is a default!