Electrical System Problems of Jeep Grand Cherokee
Jeep Grand Cherokee owners have reported 398 problems related to electrical system (under the electrical system category).
#1 - Electrical System problem of the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The vehicle involved was a 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee. My vehicle was hard cranking in the morning. After replacing the battery, being stranded numerous times, and taking to multiple mechanics including the dealer the issue was a malfunction of the totally integrated power module (tipm). This particular piece is on national back order. There is a shortage of over 25,000 in the nation according to the local Jeep dealer parts department. Jeep is doing nothing about it. I am pretty sure I am not the only person that has made this complaint. The failure date was Tuesday, October 1, 2013.
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#2 - Electrical System problem of the 2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The car was a 2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Jeep stalls when traveling. Mostly has occurred when you are slowing down for a stop light but did stall once at speed on the west side highway in new york city. This has happened at least 10 times and has been to the dealership 3 times with no fix in sight. The dealership can not find what the problem is. I have called Jeep and they have not been any help. This problem is affecting a lot of Jeep Grand Cherokee as it is well written on the internet forums. A quick google search on Jeep stall or hemi stall reveals many people with the same exact issue. This problem occurred on 10/29/12.
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#3 - Electrical System problem of the 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Tl- the reporting person owns a 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee. The contact stated that while driving 35 mph, the accelerator failed to respond to acceleration attempts as all the warning lights illuminated intermittently. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The manufacturer was notified. The failure mileage was 93,667. Kmj. It was Oct. 30, 2013 when this electrical system issue happened.
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#4 - Electrical System problem of the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The vehicle involved was a 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee. 2011 Jeep cherokee showing symptoms of same wide spread problem with starting issue. Vehicle cranks over but does not start. Must attempt numerous times until started. While driving, if vehicle dies all loss of power steering and brakes is lost and is a huge safety concern. My vehicle has 40k+ miles and problem seems to be pervasive problem throughout model year. This electrical system issue occurred Tuesday, August 6, 2013.
#5 - Electrical System problem of the 2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The car was a 2008 Jeep Grand Cherokee. The Jeep stalls on the freeway. While driving the Jeep on the interstate, it stalled and restarted suddenly. This was felt by a sudden loss of forward momentum. The Jeep at times stalls flat at freeway speeds and needs to be stopped to restart. This has been in for repairs since January 2013 and it still stalls. This issue happened on Oct. 24, 2013.
#6 - Electrical System problem of the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The car involved is a 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee. My 2011 Grand Cherokee overland has an intermittent starting problem. Not always, but a couple of times a day, it will not start the first time, it cranks and cranks but doesn't start, this last for 10 secs approx then shuts off, this might last anywhere from 1 to 4 attempts, then will start right up. Sometimes it will start and then fade out, like out of gas. Over the weekend the time between starts was more lengthy and at one point it shut off and drifted into an intersection. Jeep is "looking into the situation" which according to the internet is widespread. I was told a recall will not occur since its not a safety issue. I was stranded at a rest stop in rural pennsylvania at 11:30 pm over the weekend, I think that's a safety concern. My costs associated with this issue will exceed $2000k and dealerships are only aloud to order one part a week since its on national back order. Any time a new vehicle that is well maintained strands you or stalls and drifts into an intersection, its a concern. The issue is random and can be unexpected. Please investigate. This electrical system problem happened on Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2013.
#7 - Electrical System problem of the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The car was a 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee. VIN of the vehicle was 1J4RS4GG1B_. At first would not get any reponse when the start button was depressed, this would happen mostly in the morning and few times during the day (changes out the batteries in the handsets twice and of course blamed the wife that it was her!!!). This past few weeks (since sept. ) the engine will crank for a few seconds but will not start, this is mostly in the morning but has happened to my wife during the day. It has now started to leave here stranded and once 'die' on her on the hwy!!! I drove the gc to our dealer ( had to rent a car to get back home) and after a $110 service charge was 'informed' that it would need to have the tipm replaced at a cost of over $1300. And would have to wait 6-8 weeks as the tipm is on back order nation wide because of so many failures!!!!! the technician stated they have 24 on backorder. And if I had an issue to call chrylser!!! this is clearly a wide spread defective critical component (tipm) that can fail at anytime (multiple times!!!) and dangerous if it fails on the road. This issue happened on 08/21/2013.
#8 - Electrical System problem of the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The vehicle is a 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4x4. During the summer I was having trouble starting my Jeep. By 8/26/2013 it would not start at all. I scheduled an appointment at the local Jeep dealer to fix the problem. I took the Jeep in at the first available time, 9/9/2013. Within two days they diagnosed the problem as being the tipm unit. They told me that the unit was not available and could not give me a time when the unit would be available. The service person at the dealership told me to contact Jeep directly regarding the part. I was also told that the repair cost for the tipm unit would cost me $1,050. When I contacted a Jeep customer service representative on 9/13/2013 I was told the part was on extreme backorder and it would not be a warranty item. The defective part came into the dealership on approximately 10/18/2013. I was without a running vehicle for 7 weeks. The dealership and Jeep said that because I was outside my warranty on mileage only that they would not warranty the part. The warranty for the vehicle is a 3 year/36,000 mile. The mileage on the vehicle is 68,491. So I am over the warranty on mileage but under the warrany for years. In talking with the service reps they told me that this problem has occured in cars well under the 36,000 mile threshhold and they covered the part under warranty. The problem with the part is not a result of mileage, but a result of poor designed or bad manufacturing and should be covered under the warranty of the vehicle. This electrical system problem happened on Monday, Aug. 26, 2013.
#9 - Electrical System problem of the 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I own a 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee laredo and in the past I guess aroung 6 months it has been parked because noone can figure out what the problem is. The vehicle used to be so dependable and then one day it wouldnt start after I drove it about 15 minutes and shut it off,but I could let it sit for about 20 to 30 minutes and it would start right up. After a few weeks I couldnt drive it anymore because it was stauling more often and I never knew when it was gonna start or not. I had it put on the computer at advance and they mention the number 3 not firing but noone can figure out why my very dependable vehicle all of a sudden was very dangerous. Please help me if u can,I am a single mother with no transportation. I have been reading entries by other Jeep owners and I have a little hope since alot of them are having the same problem. It was 01/01/13 when this electrical system issue happened.
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#10 - Electrical System problem of the 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee
VIN of the vehicle was 1J4FX58S9V_. Crash was involved with the Jeep Grand Cherokee. Consumer has a 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee. The contact stated that the vehicle would sporadically and independently start. In addition, the vehicle surged and proceeded to increase acceleration while the brake pedal was being depressed. In order to stop the vehicle, the contact crashed and slid the driver¿s side of the vehicle into a truck. There were no injuries and a police report was filed. The vehicle was destroyed. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. The approximate failure and current mileage was 90,000. It was 05/06/2011 when this electrical system issue happened.
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#11 - Electrical System problem of the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The vehicle involved is a 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Upon attempting to start the vehicle, it will crank but not turn over to start. Managed to start the vehicle and drove directly to the dealership. Diagnosed with a shorted out tipm (totally integrated power module). Part is currently on back order due to the high demand from Chrysler on this part. I have researched and determined that there a hundreds if not thousands of Jeep owners who are experiencing the same problem. Since my car is out of warranty dealership tells me that it is on me to pay for the parts and labor to fix. Unacceptable. With this being such a widespread problem a recall should be issued and consumers not be forced to pay for a part that is clearly failing nationwide. Also, service manager at benchmark Jeep in birmingham, al used an analogy of the part being a light bulb and that if you turn on a light bulb 100 times it might not turn on the 101st. Way to stand by your product!!! something as important as the cpu that runs your car should work all the time every time. Also used an analogy of my home computer crashing. Only problem is I use apple. They make an excellent product and stand by it!! never buying a Jeep again. . It was 10/21/13 when this electrical system issue happened.
#12 - Electrical System problem of the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The vehicle identification number (VIN) of this Jeep Grand Cherokee 4x4 is 1J4RR6GG5B_. The t. I. P. M. (totally integrated power module) on my Jeep Grand Cherokee overland has malfunctioned. After doing some research online thousands of Dodge/Chrysler/Jeep consumers have been experiencing the same problem with the tipm module. The problem seems to be with all Chrysler brand SUV's built between 2011 and 2013. To make matters worse this particular part is nationally back ordered due to the large volume of consumers experiencing the same problem. Due to the shear amount of consumers experiencing this problem an investigation by the NHTSA should be launched and a manufacturer recall should be issued to protect consumers from the costs (around $1200) associated with replacing this obviously faulty part. It was October 15, 2013 when this electrical system issue occurred.
#13 - Electrical System problem of the 2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The car involved is a 2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee. VIN of the vehicle was 1J4PR4GK3A_. On three separate occasions, vehicle check engine light went on/off within a matter of seconds. The first time was approximately one week prior to the most current two occurrences which happened about 30mins-1 hour apart. Vehicle was taken to the dealership and they advised that the system had recorded no error codes and were unable to determine what if anything caused the check engine light to illuminate. The failure date was Sun., Oct. 13, 2013.
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#14 - Electrical System problem of the 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The vehicle involved was a 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Vehicle identification number (VIN): 1C4RJFCT4C_. Jeep (and all Chrysler products) have a known issue with the tipm module (which stands for totally integrated power module). Thousands upon thousands of complaints with the tipm module have been noted by owners of affected Jeep/Chrysler vehicles (a simple google search will evidence same). The high failure rate of the subject part has left countless families stranded when their cars won't start and has also led to vehicles stalling for no reason. This problem obviously poses a danger to owners of these vehicles, especially families transporting young children. Chrysler/Jeep has ignored this problem for too long and has not been diligent in procuring replacement parts. We have been waiting several weeks for a replacement part. We are told it may take another month to get the part in before our vehicle can be fixed. Naturally, going to work and taking the kids to school is problematic since the vehicle rarely starts anymore. When it does start, my wife is afraid to drive it in case she is stranded with our two young children inside. This electrical system issue occurred Sep. 25, 2013.
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#15 - Electrical System problem of the 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I have been having multiple problems with the brakes in my 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee purchased brand new in may. It has a total of 1,000 miles on it, but the problems started with only 10miles. The instrument cluster immediately lights up like a christmas tree and then the check engine light remains on. The rearview mirrors move into downward facing positions while in park and while driving. This alone is a major saftey hazard. The abs brakes intermittently work and finally failed. The abs module failed. The backup camera works intermittently and the backup warning system also is intermittently working. My car has been at the dealership every month since I have purchased it and it has currently been there for the last 2 â½ weeks awaiting an abs repair. This issue happened on May 24, 2013.
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#16 - Electrical System problem of the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The vehicle involved is a 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee. The contact stated while driving approximately 30 mph the engine stalled without warning. The vehicle restarted within a few minutes and resumed normally. The failure recurred numerous times. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic where the battery was replaced. The failure continued after the repair was performed. The vehicle was akin to an authorized dealer for diagnosis. The technician informed that the failure was contributed to an electrical issue in which the tipa module would need to be replaced and the part was ordered. The manufacturer was notified of the problem. The approximate failure mileage was 39,000. The VIN was unavailable. This issue happened on Wednesday, September 4, 2013.
#17 - Electrical System problem of the 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The car is a 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee. I was driving my 2007 Grand Cherokee overland 5. 7l hemi and the truck just cuts off with no warning and then all the warning lights came on and car stopped in the middle of the road during morning rush hour traffic. Car restarted after a few trys and the key was removed from the ignition. As I see this is an on going issue with the 5. 7l hemi Jeep Grand Cherokee overland's and there has been no resolution to this problem. It can cause a major accident and a huge lawsuit against Jeep. This should be seriously looked into an a recall should be done for all the other Jeep owners that have this same problem all over the untied states. The failure date was Oct. 9, 2013.
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#18 - Electrical System problem of the 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The vehicle involved was a 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Vehicle identification number (VIN) of the vehicle is 1C4RJEBG7E_. A couple of weeks after getting my 2014 Jeep grand cheorkee home after patiently waiting 8 weeks from the time I ordered it to pick it up, I noticed that the radio channels all had a slight static in the back ground and every station was making a popping noise every few minutes. The radio does not sound good. After taking it in for the fourth time to try and repair this problem, I was told that chrystler does not have a repair for this at this time. Along with the poor sound of the radio, a couple of times I have gone to start the vehicle and all of my pre set sirius stations were gone. This is very unacceptable to me to pay this much for a vehicle that has a major fault and chrystler and the dealership have done nothing but make me pay for rental cars while they couldn't fix the problem or give me any hope of fixing it in the future. I was told by the last dealership that I took it to that the radio is as good as it is going to get. It was Monday, July 22, 2013 when this electrical system issue happened.
#19 - Electrical System problem of the 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The car involved was a 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee. The vehicle identification number (VIN) of this Jeep Grand Cherokee is 1J8HR58N85_. Instrument cluster lights all light up at the same time. Speedometer and rpm indicator drop to zero. Then all instrument cluster lights go out completely. This keeps occurring at 10sec to 10 minute intervals. Vehicle has to be stopped, and turned off for the problem to go away. Next day, same thing all over again. A quick search of the internet reveals that this is not an isolated incident. The vehicle has been in to the dealer several times, at a cost of hundreds of dollars. The dealer tells me this is not a known problem. There is a current recall for the 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee for this exact same problem. In 9 years Chrysler has still not managed to fix the problem. They deny there is a problem on my vehicle, but accept that the exact same problem exists on the 2014 model? this is a dangerous situation for which Chrysler should be held responsible. A recall is required to the thousands of Jeep Grand Cherokees prior to the 2014 model that are experiencing the same issue. The failure date was Wed., Jul. 1, 2009.
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#20 - Electrical System problem of the 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The vehicle having this issue was a 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee. The vehicle's vehicle identification number (VIN) was 1J4GW58N3Y_. Blower motor resistor heated up to the point that there was smoke coming from under the passenger side glove compartment. After further investigation it was discovered that the wires and the resistor had both been charred and melted. Not only do I no longer have any heat or a/c but I also no longer have a window defroster and this poses a serious safety issue to myself, any passengers I may have and as well to other drivers on the road. Not to mention the fire that was only barely thwarted off. It was Tuesday, October 1, 2013 when this electrical system issue happened.
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#21 - Electrical System problem of the 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I've owned my '14 Jeep Grand Cherokee limited for four months. It has now been at the dealership twice for the same issue. I turn on the Jeep and all of the emergency lights go on, including the abs, emergency brake, traction control, airbag etc. The speedometer does not work and still allows me to drive. The initial cycle tells me to service the abs and airbags. The rear parking sensor also does not function. I was told the abs module was faulty the first time and they replaced it with a new one. Again, I am being told that the abs module is faulty. I have a feeling Jeep has no clue what the real issue is. This is an extreme safety concern. I feel unsafe driving my family in this vehicle as I do not know if the safety controls are working properly. The failure date was Jul. 1, 2013.
#22 - Electrical System problem of the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee
2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee. I have been waiting since July for tipm replacement . (went out @ 17,000 miles) vehicle difficult to start. Was told by dealership to keep trying to drive until the part became available. However, during this time the vehicle started stalling in traffic and while driving, making this a very unsafe situation! car is parked now and dealer estimates 4-6 wks until tipm will become available due to backorder. This issue happened on July 10, 2013.
#23 - Electrical System problem of the 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The car was a 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee. I just purchased a brand new vehicle on 9/27/13. On 9/28/13 my vehicle caught fire. I first noticed it when I arrived home, smoke was coming from the front of the truck. I opened the hood and noticed fire coming from the side of the engine. It was Saturday, Sep. 28, 2013 when this electrical system issue happened.
#24 - Electrical System problem of the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The vehicle identification number (VIN) of this Jeep Grand Cherokee is 1J4RS4GG6B_. 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee - tipm went out at 59,000 miles. No longer under warranty. This part is integrel to the working of the car-air bags, accessories, dash, fuel pump, etc. According to the dealer, this part is on back order and they do not know when it will become available. They currently have several vehicles there that have been waiting longer than 6 weeks. According to an internet search, this is a wide spread problem and Chrysler has yet to recal or accommodate owners. This is a safety issue!!!!!. This problem occurred on 09/19/2013.
#25 - Electrical System problem of the 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The vehicle having this issue was a 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Hi, my name is david williams I have done work for a company call riverrockauto based out of indiana this guy scott cardy buys Jeep Grand Cherokees and sells them here in mn I know this vehicle lic # vlv 911 he sold to a guy in iowa it has over 300,000 miles on it when I rebuilt the motor then he changed the odometer to read at about 120,000 that he buys from johns auto parts in blaine. This issue happened on Wednesday, May 1, 2013.
#26 - Electrical System problem of the 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee
My 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee lardeo has all the same issues as listed by every other Jeep owner. The engine randomly shuts off while driving down the road, the dash board and headlights flicker on and off constantly. Sometimes we start sometimes we dont. When pulling out into traffic , maybe it will go, maybe it wont. I have lost my brakes on several occasions as well. Now the Jeep sits in my driveway as it wont start at all, and of coarse nobody can tell me what is wrong with it as usual ! nothing like paying for a dead horse ! I have contacted the Chrysler corporation only to be told these are not "safety" issues. Good lord what does it take to get a decent vehicle that is safe and reliable ? I guess that would be not buying anything Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep in the future is the route I will take ! I only hope when one of these ticking bombs fail, my family and friends arent on the road that day !. This electrical system problem happened on Tuesday, April 17, 2012.
#27 - Electrical System problem of the 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The car is a 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Vehicle stalled ,backfired, shows that I have more gas in vehicle than I have. Getting harder to restart. Stalls in traffic. Why haven't the government recall these vehicles. I read so many of same complaints and nothing seems to be done. These vehicles are unsafe!!!!!!!!!!!!!. The failure date was Sep. 22, 2013.
#28 - Electrical System problem of the 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Vehicle identification number (VIN): 1J8HR58225_. The vehicle involved is a 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee. The contact stated that the vehicle was serviced under NHTSA campaign number: 13v175000 (electrical system, power train). The contact noticed that after the recall service, the gear failed to shift properly. The vehicle was taken to the dealer for inspection where repairs were made, but the failure recurred. The manufacturer was notified of the incident. The approximate failure mileage was 160,000. This problem occurred on 08/20/2013.
#29 - Electrical System problem of the 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The car involved is a 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee. VIN of the vehicle was 1J4G248S6Y_. Vehicle was noted with stop light activated in parked position. Investigation showed fail brake switch adjacent to brake pedal. Purchased napa replacement part . Installed replacement switch did not fully seat into metal pocket on support bracket. Replaced with Jeep/Chrysler dealer replacement switch with same condition. Unit will be pushed out of metal bracket from quick release of brake pedal. Concern is excessive heat generated by continual rear brake light activation. Potential for fire hazard. I am faa certified for flight safety systems on aircraft. This inadequately secured switch would not be allowed for aircraft due to hazardous potential failure mode. Switch design was made for quick assembly but inadequate securing to vehicle bracket support. This electrical system issue occurred Monday, Sep. 2, 2013.
#30 - Electrical System problem of the 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The car was a 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee. In Feb. 2013 I purchased a 2013 grand Jeep trail hawk edition, in span of 3 to 4 months the Jeep was in the service department 6 times trying to fix issues. Jeep was unable to completely fix the problems to my satisfaction, I was given incentive to trade in for a 2014 grand Jeep cherokee limited edition, which was running great until this past Thursday. On Thursday I started my Jeep it barely would idle, I proceeded to get on the interstate which is when the vehicle started jumping up and down like I was going off road. It would suddenly change to neutral without me doing anything, it kept missing gears and barely running. I was barely able to get off the exit. When I got off the exit it would barely idle and again shifted to neutral without me doing anything. Eventually I safely made it off the exit and into a parking lot where I got it towed. The tow truck driver could barely pull it up on the trailer. When it was placed on the trailer it wouldn't stay in park, it kept trying to shift out of gear. There needs to be some type of investigation in the grand Jeep cherokee models and how they are passing inspections through production line because obviously for a consumer to get two defective vehicles in 7 months is unacceptable and unbelievable. This issue happened on 09/19/13.
#31 - Electrical System problem of the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The car involved is a 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Tried to start the Jeep in the morning and it would crank but not turn over and start. Called the Jeep dealership and had it towed in. After they checked it they said a tipm unit went bad and may take days to months to get a new one and would cost $1300. The vehicle is under 3 years old and I found several (hundred) other persons having the exact same problem in different states. I would request an inquiry into this issue and see if a formal recall is in order. Thank you in advance for any help you could provide. It was Tue., Sep. 17, 2013 when this electrical system issue happened.
#32 - Electrical System problem of the 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The car was a 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee. The VIN of the problem Grand Cherokee is 1C4RJFAG3E_. I started my car and the entire instrument cluster would not display on the screen. I could put the car in gear and drive it, but there was no speedometer etc. I turned the car off and on, but the problem persisted for about an hour, when the display suddenly began to work. This electrical system problem happened on Wednesday, August 14, 2013.
#33 - Electrical System problem of the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee
The vehicle involved is a 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Thanks for the chance to post, I too have been experiencing the same issue. I noticed it a few weeks ago when my battery started showing signs of going dead. I also heard the noise after exiting the truck in the evenings. I thought the noise was some electronics resetting itself, but thought it would eventually shutoff. I did not think this could be killing my battery. I too had to buy a battery thanks cost me a pretty penny now to learn it too would be dead soon. After going to the dealership today for an oil change the truck died in their service bay. Not even five minutes after leaving, the service rep called me and explained how they had to push my truck to their service bay due to a bad totally integrated power module (tipm). We are now with out a vehicle for an undisclosed time and still have the obligation to pay for a product of no use. Chrysler has to find way to address this or it can cost them dearly in reputation and in the pocket if the results don't get better. A recall would be a start but people are without vehicles with monthly payments! not a good look Chrysler looks like a class action situation. It was Sep. 17, 2013 when this electrical system issue happened.
Other Electrical System related problems of Jeep Grand Cherokee:
|Problem Category||Number of Problems|
|Electrical System problems||398|
|Dash Wiring problems||37|
|Ignition Switch problems||36|
|Instrument Panel problems||33|
|Horn Assembly problems||26|
|Underhood Wiring problems||24|
|Ignition Module problems||23|
|Car Will Not Start problems||23|
|Crankshaft Position Sensor problems||14|
|Battery Dead problems||13|