Bumping up.... completed the survey and have also filed a complaint with the NTSB....Steering and Braking are way too serious to not have all hands on deck proactively communicating to owners about.
You should check the required tire pressure on the door. If it calls for a higher pressure, having them significantly lower could prevent you from seeking recourse from FCA if you have a steering failure related accident. I am fighting the steering issue and my attorney (a fellow jeep owner ) warned me to not do any alterations on the steering and to make sure my tires were correctly inflated. If you had the same serious wandering steering issue as me, lower tire pressure and adding a more effective steering damper will improve the feel of your steering, but you are simply treating the symptions and not fixing the problem.My entire steering wandering was not electric/hydraulic, it was strictly a matter of excessive air pressure which allowed ONLY THE TIRE CROWNS TO EFECTIVELY contact the road--
Complete alignment and compliant steering after dropping air pressure to 30 psi-
Haha! Thanks for completing the survey. I hope you don't mind that I used your video! :cwl:HAHA i did the survey and at the end for the video it took me to my video... Just a update im having issues trying to get the Dealer to set an appointment. They keep telling me that they are going to handle it but no one calls me back. If this keeps up im going to get a hold of FCA corp office.