This has been discussed many times since the JL came out.
The squeak happens if you are applying too much pressure to the brakes when pressing hte start/stop button. Something about the pressure in the brake system.
Try just very light pressure, and no more squeaks.
Honestly man I'm there with you, as sacrilege as that may be. I think this is my current dream vehicle:
-Jeep wrangler looks
-Sway bar disconnect
-Fixed roof and tons of sound insulation
-Nice interior, rugged/luxury (matching fit/finish of current Jeep, maybe a touch...
Tried to rummage through the million threads to find this but dont have the time. We really need a spreadsheet or something.
Whats the best dealership/salesperson in CA,AZ,NV to order a 4xe and get 5-7% under invoice? Seeing alot of dealers on the east coast...how about best coast?
Your steering components have premature wear. The dealership will never replace them all they will just bandaid it with additional dampers until you go away. I am summarizing 3 years of collective knowledge for you right now. It’s should be about 1500 to swap the components and you can then ask...
I wouldn't, and its not DIY, I said to have a shop professionally install the parts.
This has been a years-long thread with thousands of experiences. Dealerships will do whatever it takes to do as little work as possible. Thats why this dealership is recommending another band-aid damper...
On the wobble issue, the problem is worn steering components. These components did wear out due to a faulty steering damper, but now that they are worn, they are worn, and additional dampers will not help.
You need to take the plunge and replace the track bar, drag link, and tie rods with Steer...
I don't think you'll ever have "zero play" in a solid axle vehicle. That steering looks good and probably wont change with ambient temperature. Congrats on having fixed steering. If you still don't like it, I'd recommend an IFS vehicle.