2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4dr SUV 4WD (4.7L 8cyl 5A)
I've had this vehicle since February of 2007 and it has been just an averagely okay vehicle.
It started having non-stop problems that most mechanics couldn't diagnose.
The worst was when it would shudder/shake, lurch like it was shifting from overdrive to 2nd and just shut off while driving.
It took 4 visits to 2 different mechanics to finally figure out the problem and only after I told them to humor me and check something that I had found after hours of researching the symptoms online.
Lights randomly come on and then go off without registering any codes.
I have driven this across the country and never got more than 18mpg.
I will never own another Jeep/Chrysler ever again!
I knew I would find someone with same issues.I also had exhaust manifold get fixed like 5 times.Should have been a lemon.This problem started the first month
I started driving
brand new vehicle
the other problem that has repeatedly occurred since day one is engine light comes on.When I
brought it to service tech attention
they said to remove gas cap and replace
This has never gone away and two different service locations
have done nothing but tell me to keep doing repairs that are not covered and are costing me with no resolution
The latest situation is same as yours with truck stalling
while I am driving 60 mph on the highway
talk about being scared and now they cant find what is wrong but want me to spend 600 without guarantee it will stop problem
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