I was so stoked that I was helping another Jeep. Could you take some pictures or a video of the damage and post it on this site? Engine runs fine, but no cruise control. Another phone call was made to the corporate office and the dealership to complain again. This is what the codes were: 1. I just have to take it to a mechanic to check it out on my own. I thought of the same thing, fuses.
I immediately put my hazards on and came to a stop and restarted my car. Is reading the same code everyone else with this problem is having after having the N23 recall performed. Nothing looked frayed, popped, or out of place. The computer watches them all the time and only turns the light on if the problem is happening now. I am assuming that it just knocked something loose on mine and it wasn't caught originally. Nothing can help me now but I can tell you I am telling everyone on social media and getting the word out as this never should have happened.
This has been happening from last November. I'll just say, sometimes it's better to trust your gut. First off this whole story involves my Jeep. Jeep speed out quickly sudden acceleration out of driveway towards home across street - two cars in driveway. My back bumper was messed up and replaced, but the person that hit me, his front end was really damaged. I am mechanically inclined, but wasn't sure if it was a big job. Cause: First thing to check for is an alignment problem.
Steering and control of vehicle seemed unchanged as I turned around and drove back home. I did not leave anything on like lights, etc. ToDo list: programmer, exhaust, and a bunch of other stuff. My 7 year old daughter was in the car. Jeep would pulsate when slowing down or stopped.
Doing trans work on Grumpy last week I called a rebuilder I used for tips. It can be related to a lot of things. So say there was a slight grinding noise when applying the brakes, we sort through the probable causes in our minds. The car cuts off while driving on highway. In January of 2016 a similar incident occured while going up a snowy hill road curves while going uphill resulting in the vehicle loosing traction and going into a snowbank. Well off to Jeep in the morning. No fault codes were stored or set.
I had my neighbor look at it and he said he might of heard something trying to go into gear when you have the Jeep reving. . Those to in particular are what is known as a continuous monitor. Well today is Wednesday and I will not drive that car again. Issue has been repeatedly reported to dealerships and manufacturer 10 visits for this issue spread across 2 dealerships, and 4 cases have been opened with Jeep directly.
I didn't think they would admit it did anyway. Now I have a problem that I tried starting my car and the lights go on but my ignition will not turn on the car. Lights constantly flickering, dashboard lights constantly turning on and off, interior water damage, rusting inside components. Check for any visual signs of wear and exposed wire and fix accordingly. Here is a good one.
I don't know the exact distance. Whether it be the back 2 or whatever. They fixed my last problem for free. I had come to a complete stop and was awaiting a traffic light change. Issue continues to be diagnosed as a failed brake light switch, and switch is replaced.
Is it realistic to expect them to be able to pinpoint the problem for my diagnostic charge? On the way home, the Jeep drove fine. All the dash lights came on and shut off repeatedly as we coasted around the turn. I'm pretty sure the sensor harness was visible by just looking behind the tire, in the wheel well, near the shock, but I honestly can't remember. Well off to Jeep in the morning. I replaced both sides same grinding sound, replaced the 2 back sensor. Most are easy to remove, held in with 3 screws, either Phillps or T20 torx. Yahhh, never use 4wd, especially not 4lo on dry even wet pavement.