A Great Looking Mechanical Disaster
Brake rotors warped 6,982 miles, Dealer replaced front rotors & pads under warranty.
Recall Intake Shield 8,119 miles, debris could collect on exhaust manifold and catch fire.
Brake rotors warped 10,560 miles, Dealer replaced front caliper kits & rotors under warranty. I was told by Service Advisor that Chrysler was having a major problem with 2001 Jeep rotors warping.
Thermostat housing leaking 11,646 miles, housing replaced under warranty.
Car lacks power when accelerating, transmission bangs when slowing down to stop. Transmission pressure sensor shorted 12,107 miles. Dealer replaced Transducer Assembly under warranty.
Front end making noise over bumps, Dealer replaced front sway bar bushings 12,368 miles under warranty.
Brake rotors warped at 15,962 miles, Dealer replaced front rotors under warranty. I contacted Daimler Chrysler Motors Customer Center with my concerns about defective rotors and they advised me to contact them if my rotors warp again.
Rear hatch does not open, Dealer replaced lift-gate actuator 15,692 miles under warranty.
Brake rotors warped at 18,401, dealer advised that rotors are not under warranty. Contacted Daimler Chrysler Motors Customer Center and they will not warranty rotors. They say they do not have a problems with their rotors.
Now I have a problem. I'll have my mechanic fix Chrysler's problem at my expense.
I will never purchase a Daimler Chrysler product again.
I have been bounced around from Dealer to Customer Center to District Manager and in the end the Dealer has the audacity to tells me that my driving habits cause the brake rotors to warp.
In 35 years of driving this is my first problem with warped rotors.
My Ford Taurus was 10 years old when I bought the Jeep and the rotors never warped.
I see a Ford in my future.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 20th August, 2004