I agree with you, but you are missing the "objectives" of the recalls
again, this is my personal opinion, but the way I see it is the first recall addressed the issue of the
"clutch slipping when it shouldn't" when they discovered some jeeps had air in the clutch hydraulic
well the 103 pages are mostly speculation lol as is the statement "it simply HAS to be a defect"
unless someone out there has proof that the clutch plate fails under normal driving conditions
no one can refute the "statements" by fca
@Toycrusher the fires/failures are not "completely" operator error but they played a part in them
you were mistaken when you said "air in the hydraulic clutch system DOES NOT result in clutch
as you can see in the video, air in the system results in less pressure which results in...
it was worth a shot! lol I have been "planning" on ordering a manual JLUR for a year now but
with covid, a newborn, job/income uncertainty and now this, it seems it won't happen until 22MY
and hope they address this issue better than a software patch SMH.. I can hope/see them doing a...
@JeepCares can you share if vehicles ordered/built after January 22 would "need" this recall /
are they gonna be programmed the same way? or is Jeep planning on changing the "design"
(clutch) for future orders?
you have people even from NY! talking out of their ass without even knowing the law
NY's castle doctrine has a little something added to it called "duty to retreat"
so yeah go out on your lawn/driveway and shoot someone stealing your cat! lol SMH!
I support/defend the 2A but goddamn people...
DC Area dealers are giving 7-8% below invoice with contingencies, i.e. financing through them, higher dealer fees, etc.
Another very helpful post for Tri-State Area buyers is this one comparing deals from the DC Area
and Tri-State Area from forum member KenPewPew...