3 full sets of rotors and pads have been replaced, starting at around 6000 miles. The Jeep is in the shop, again, for it's fourth set of rotors now.
The vehicle shakes when braking over 50 MPH and seems to actually thrust forward before slowing down, even after rotor replacements.
Both the driver and passenger side window motors have failed and have been replaced.
I've been told by the dealership that Chrysler/Jeep has full knowledge of the brake problems on the 1999 JGC Laredos. There is no intention on the manufacturers part to fix the problem, which is, I've been told, a material issue. I understand that Chrysler has supposedly fixed the issue with the 2001 models, although I haven't spoken with any owners to date.
The dealership and Chrysler's stance on the safety issue surrounding brakes is uncanny and totally unacceptable. I was told this evening by the dealership to claim the lemon law on the Jeep.