Cooling fan relay timer, $350 (107k miles).
Broken drivers seat, $100 to replace frame (107k miles).
Upholstery repair (worn padding), $80 (107k miles).
Brakes and rotors, and shuttering sounds while braking, $950 (108k miles).
Leak fixes, $75 (108k miles).
Another leak fix and hose, $75 (108k miles).
Transmission worked on, $250 (109k miles).
Idle air intake, which caused stalling, $175 (109k miles).
Failed tail lights, $250 (I replaced the crappy stock ones with aftermarket ones).
Currently the wipers turn on every time I turn my signal light on, and the board will say "turn signal on" when it's not even on.
Water pump, $450.
New resonator because the gasket was worn, $85.
New window motors, $200 to replace all.
New oil PSI switch (oil pressure meter was at zero, and check gauges light was on), $97.
Check engine light is on right now, but I ignore it because I'm sick of the problem list.
Check ABS light comes on and comes on, and now is burning bright.
This is a lemon. I'm unlucky. I wish the quality matched the looks.
Everyone else is having the same problems as I am after reading these people's posts. No wonder Chrysler is in crisis.
It's not a reliable truck. I thought that a newer Jeep would be better in quality compared to my 1995 JGC Limited, but I was mistaken. IT'S EVEN WORSE.
So many problems came up; it's spent more time in the shop than me driving it. I was embarrassed to be stalled in the middle of the highway, and had the CHP push my Jeep with their car to take me to a safe spot where a tow guy would come. A few people stopped by and laughed, and said "that's what happens if you buy a Jeep!"
My old 95 JGC had less problems, and my 95 JGC had more than 200k miles on it. Not to mention, this one has half of mileage as my old one.
I totaled my 95 in a rollover. I regret buying another Jeep.
The seat broke after I bought it. It drove fine at the car lot, but after driving it in standard urban settings, so many things came up.
I spent 3k on fixing it. I bought it for $6800, which is the Kelly Blue Book value, but I spent more fixing it than I actually paid for it.