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Seems my 392 is having a problem. After making a sharp turn usually a u-turn I get a sway bar warning light once I shut down the car and restart no power steering. Seems like each time this happens the fuse that is tied to the power steering is blown. Once replaced all back to normal... something is not right.
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Seems my 392 is having a problem. After making a sharp turn usually a u-turn I get a sway bar warning light once I shut down the car and restart no power steering. Seems like each time this happens the fuse that is tied to the power steering is blown. Once replaced all back to normal... something is not right.
First: it's a Jeep not a car.

Since this isn't specific to the 392, you'll probably have better luck posting this in another subforum such as Suspension, Steering, Chassis or Issues, Repairs, Warranty, TSB, Recalls
 
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Probably have more luck at dealer since you have warranty than trying to resolve issue on forum!
Agreed just never know when someone else has had the problem. The Jeep has been to the dealer twice already with no luck. Heading back this morning
 

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Did you try seating all of your fuses? It's been talked about a lot on these forums, and it's one of the first things I did when I got mine home. I heard several fuses click into place when applying pressure. Electrical gremlins can manifest in a bunch of weird ways.

I met up with a buddy a couple months ago. He has a 2019 Rubicon Recon that was giving him weird Auxiliary battery warnings every time he started his Jeep. I asked him if he's ever seated his fuses which he hadn't. We popped open the fuse box and clicked several into place. No more warning messages on startup.

Your issue could be something totally unrelated, but IMO it's definitely worth checking out.
 
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Did you try seating all of your fuses? It's been talked about a lot on these forums, and it's one of the first things I did when I got mine home. I heard several fuses click into place when applying pressure. Electrical gremlins can manifest in a bunch of weird ways.

I met up with a buddy a couple months ago. He has a 2019 Rubicon Recon that was giving him weird Auxiliary battery warnings every time he started his Jeep. I asked him if he's ever seated his fuses which he hadn't. We popped open the fuse box and clicked several into place. No more warning messages on startup.

Your issue could be something totally unrelated, but IMO it's definitely worth checking out.
I did do that plus the fuse that keeps blowing has been replaced 3 times and seated correctly. Definitely has to do with the electronics around the sway bar. Will keep all posted it’s a dealer now
 

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something is not right.
Either crawl under your Wrangler or get it on a lift. Look for any wires that may be partially exposed or making contact with points that they shouldn’t.
 
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Either crawl under your Wrangler or get it on a lift. Look for any wires that may be partially exposed or making contact with points that they shouldn’t.
the dealer has elevated the problem to engineering at FCA. We shall see what happens
 

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the dealer has elevated the problem to engineering at FCA. We shall see what happens
Interesting, is that because they couldn't figure out what was wrong, or was it because they aren't sure how to fix it?
 
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Interesting, is that because they couldn't figure out what was wrong, or was it because they aren't sure how to fix it?
couldn’t figure it out.
 

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any update on this one?
 
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