Ditto. I had the same issue (to a much smaller extent) on my JK where the Sirius favorites pop up button and band buttons appeared. I used those buttons so much that when you turned off the screen you could see the wear at those locations.They should cover that under warranty. I have had a screen protector since day 1 fearing something like this.
No as I stated I've only used a damp lens cloth. My nails are short and hands are clean. Wife has her own Jeep to drive lol, shes not in mine that often.Just a couple of questions (the obvious ones)...
1. Did you ever clean this with any astringent? I ask becuase some people clean with stuff that they don't know is hard chemical for the screen.
2. It actually looks scratched. Do you have long fingernails or wife perhaps?
No brillo pad used lol, only damp cloth. My dealer tried to "clean" it, perhaps some of the scratches are from what they did?I agree, something doesn't look right here. Why are there scratches all over it? It looks like someone tried to clean-off greasy fingerprints with a brillo pad
Never been to a car wash with this Jeep yet, only hand washes. Doorless May to OctDid you take it to a car wash? They may have used an ammonia based cleaner and run it on your screen.
Looks horrible. My nails are short and I know better than to use an object on any touchscreen.Looks like someone was touching it with a nail or key instead of a finger... scratching it...
I agree! Nails are good though a massage would go a long way ofter a long weeks work lolGet this Jeep owner a new radio...and a manicure.
It looks that way but I can assure you no-one has touched my Jeep. I'm not saying its FCA's fault. I'm saying my screen is defective from manufacturer. All the touchscreens we have in our lives? they're not new to us, I/we know how to use and care for them. None of my other Jeeps touchscreens (or other devices) look like this after years of use. Nothing has changed on how i use/care for them.IMPO, it really looks like someone tried to clean off the finger prints with something abrasive. That’s the person responsible for ruining the screen. FCA certainly didn’t do it
No I checked for that its the built in screen protector layer applied at manufacturer over the actual screen.Maybe there is still a piece of plastic over the screen that never got removed when it was installed...and that's whats scratching...?
Manuel says not to spray caustic chemicals or liquids directly on the screen, isopropyl alcohol is ok though. Pic from Uconnect built in manual.What's the owner's manual say about cleaning this screen? Any warnings? Just wondering out loud.