I just picked up our brand new Rubicon 4xe today and on the way home less then 100 miles, I got the check engine light. Literally just drove it off the lot and I am hoping its nothing but sucks that I have to look at this and worry about it. I have checked the gas cap, the fuses and still have the light. I have no other warnings or issues but dont have time to take this into a dealer. Was so excited for my new Jeep and already worried about it….Anyone have any other fixes?
Good morning, Rubi4xe and Flieger.Any news? We bought from Criswell in Gaithersburg, but live in NOVA.
Our 4Xe is back at the dealer again for CEL, and a nasty rattle that it developed since being at the dealer.
We really love this 4Xe. We are concerned the history will affect resale value.
I said "99+%" and yes I agree. Even a brand with high reliability like Lexus (dull vehicles IMO but no questioning their reliability and service reputation) isn't 100%.@john adams No idea but probably. Jeep has sold about 25k units which would mean ~250 failures at 1%. Assuming most with issues post on this board, they are most likely well above 99%, but I’m not sure where you got this number from. Is this an industry standard of some sort or your opinion. I would think the standard would be higher than 99% to be honest. My company produces software for the auto industry and our clients hold us to 99.5% - 99.9%.
Its not if... but when. I am hoping all the RRT's will address most of the issues. But they should be doing a recall for the updates vs a RRT. Before someone gets killedAgreed, I'm not going to pretend that these issues don't make me wonder if my day is coming BUT the volume is a small % of the total.
I think the 5 RRT's addressing all the issues with the hybrid system answers your post. But not here to argue either way.. hope these RRT's fix the issues. And i think Jeep has alot riding on the line to get these fixed ASAP before Grand Cherokee's come out.