First off, I made the mistake of purchasing the Jeep from Carmax. I drove off the lot, got a block away, and the person following me home called me and said that my hazards were on, even thought just my left turn signal should have been on... and it was only flashing the hazards in the back. Brought it home, saw it do it, and back to Carmax we went. The problem was the turn signal switch (later found out very common problem on the last generation Cherokee's). Had to get the part from a dealer, couldn't get it till next day, blah blah blah, gave me a rental and I had her back the next day.
Day two (now a Saturday). Was doing a closer inspection of everything, fluids, squeaks, rattles, parts loose or missing. I had a 30 "we'll fix anything" warranty on it, so if I found ANYTHING I was bringing it back and complaining to them. Upon a closer inspection, I noticed the power steering pump seemed louder than one should. Behold, little to no fluid in the tank. What a surprise! Also, the light under the hood didn't work, there is a wobble in the front end, and my transfer case sprung a leak while sitting in my driveway, AND it was and still is severely out of alignment. Went back that Monday for power steering fluid, new hood lamp, tire balance and rotation, front end alignment, and new input/output seals on the transfer case.
Carmax's idea of aligning my front end was to drop the air pressure in ONE TIRE (it was pulling right, so they sropped left) to 25 PSI!!! That is dangerously low for a vehicle of this size and this weight. I'm lucky I didn't have a blow out on the highway trip back home! Since I prefer to have the proper amount of air in my tires, I'll live with the alignment, until I can get the money together to get a proper one from a place that actually knows what they are doing.
There is still a wobble in the front end. I suspect the tires are bad, and I will be replacing them next weekend.
The transfer case seals are leaking once again. I need to change out the fluid in there anyways, so I'll replace them myself, while I have it apart in the future.
About the only two things they did were fix the hood lamp and add power steering fluid (who knows what brand).
Also needs a tune up. Further inspection revealed what are probably the OEM plugs, wires, and distributor.
Recently replaced the battery. The existing one was the one put in by Chrysler at the factory. And it spent the majority of it's life in New York, which means harsh New England winters.