And they haven’t fixed it since the JL was released in 2018.I thought mine was broken and was going to take it in to the dealer until discovering this thread!!!
Jeep should be ashamed of themselves for allowing this. A $40,000 + vehicle and folks are having to jerry rig shit together just to be able to drive safely in cold weather.
Let me get this straight Jeep...….I can't have my door propped open to drive a few feet, so I can close the gate behind me so the cattle don't get out...….however it's perfectly safe to drive down the highway with the driver and passenger window frozen over!!!!!
Stuff like this makes me hope the Bronco kicks Jeeps a**. What a joke.
Funny, it is like you know nothing about the steering issues.WARNING. WARNING. WARNING.
Attention Upper Jeep Management.
You will be Sued!!!! Its not a matter of if, but when. Companies/Corporations/Agencies have been sued for way less than this. Fix this now before someone gets seriously injured or killed!!! Avoid the public relations nightmare and do the right thing. You still have time...….
But they take time and effort to stuff a 392 V8 under the hood and price it out the reach of most working Americans. And my friends wonder why I have not traded in my 97' Moss Green TJ Sport yet for a new 2 door JL Rubicon. I tell them, "Because I refuse to stop driving a Jeep with a functioning front windshield defrost".And they haven’t fixed it since the JL was released in 2018.
Funny, it is like you know nothing about the steering issues.
I stand corrected. I also have the pleasure of living in snow country that requires me to stop every few miles and get out a spatula to clear out my snow packed non-heated LED headlights.I'm familiar with this particular issue. Based on your post, I assume you have it (and I'm sorry for that). I on the other hand, do not. You see....the steering issue is random and only impacts certain vehicles, or put another way, its a mechanical issue and can be fixed (supposedly based on the TSB).
The window defrost is an entirely different beast. As a result of its poor design, the defrost issue impacts 100% of vehicles. Thus making it a serious safety issue with no fix to correct it as of now.
This is the difference between the two of them.
Throw your gloves over the center of the defrosterI stand corrected. I also have the pleasure of living in snow country that requires me to stop every few miles and get out a spatula to clear out my snow packed non-heated LED headlights.
How’s the fit? These say 5/8 but I have also been told in this thread that 1/2 is correct.I bought these plugs on Amazon. A little over $7 for 30 of them. I installed about half. The air definitely hits the sides better and still gets the center too. Haven’t tested yet but it can’t be worse than it was last week. I’ll play around with the amount I use and the location of the plugs next time we have a snow storm.