Vehicle runs and drives good! I've had problems with my 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee stalling at stop sign, but now this weekend on an out of town road trip it stalled out on me 5 times while traveling interstate 81 to up state New York. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. While driving 50 mph, the vehicle stalled and all of the warning indicators flashed on the instrument panel. I have contacted the Chrysler call center and was able to talk to someone who said the replacement part was not yet available. The dealer and manufacturer were not notified. The contact owns a 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee.
The vehicle was taken to galeana Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram 14375 S tamiami trl, fort myers, fl 33912, 855 732-1313 to be diagnosed, but they were unable to duplicate the failure. While waiting for the part, a failure progressed that caused the key not to turn over to start the vehicle. It will shut off and cannot increase speed. Larger-diameter valves and reshaped ports in the heads allow for maximized air flow. I called to tell them and they have not to this day over 3 weeks returned my calls. I was driving about 30 mph when all of a sudden, the car lost all power. Intake and exhaust valve stems are hollow, and the exhaust valve stems are filled with sodium to help dissipate heat more efficiently.
The service manager recommended I drive it to see if it was a fluke accident that it stalled. Chrysler needs to do something about theses issues. An all-new front fascia reduces lift and drag, and incorporates ducts to direct air to cool the brakes. Engine breathing was increased with new higher-flow cylinder heads, a specially designed intake manifold and fresh air induction system, and exhaust headers with individual tubes encased in a stainless steel shell. Luckily in the driveway where I had parked the car after running normal errands. The vehicle was not repaired. While driving 35 mph, the vehicle shook and the engine sputtered.
The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. New front suspension knuckles feature a camber angle calibrated for optimum suspension performance. After 13 days, the manager there thought he had fixed it. They have changed numerous sensors and parts and have still not been able to fix the problem. Defiantly have electrical proven like in the recall. Came back in 13 days and we test drove it.
I had to apply the parking brake to stop from rolling backwards. I left the dealer and it stalled 4 miles during the road. Does anyone have a solution to this? I have called the attorney general, a Chrysler customer service rep, and a case manager. I could not put the car into park, nor move the key to the off position for about 10 minutes. The fire department was called and extinguished the fire.
I had every recall performed on this car. There is one accident reported on the vehicle history front bumper , headlight and fender was replaced. The all-new unique transfer case is set up to deliver from five to 10 percent of torque to the front wheels, under normal driving conditions, with the remaining 90-to-95 percent being sent to the rear axle. On other occasions, the contact pulled to the right side of the road and the vehicle lost power. The vehicle was taken to a dealer where it was diagnosed that the main computer and throttle body needed replacement. While driving various speeds, the vehicle stalled and the check engine indicator illuminated. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure.
I'm sure I'm forgetting stuff, serious buyers shoot me a text if interested 859-878-6349. I drove my car straight to the dealership where the service manager said I would have my car back the next day because they had parts in stock. The vehicle was taken to the dealer. The contact pulled the vehicle over to the median. I coasted into a parking lot. For additional information please contact us at theglenautosales gmail.
This engine was not designed correctly from the beginning. The clockspring is bad due to manufacturers errors. The manufacturer was made aware of the failure. The contact stated that while driving at 25 mph, the contact depressed the accelerator pedal but the vehicle would not accelerate and the engine stalled without any warning. The intake manifold was designed with larger-diameter and shorter runners for higher-speed tuning. So, we lived with the problem. It's very hard to find these jeep anymore.