Hi! Had the exact same problem in April 11th with 2 days of use and only 165 miles. 2 weeks have past and dealer service department has not identified the numerous issues nor provided an ETA to return the vehicle.
The new one will have the same issue, I’d wager. They have something systemic going on; that’s what happens when these things hit the real world and the use case expands beyond their testing with QR Code paint jobs.I called the dealership today and said find me a new one.... crickets
My Check Engine light comes on as well. I have a Charge Point Charger and I have to push the thumb lock up pretty hard to lock it into place to begin charging, it doesn’t automatically latch when I put it in (like my precious EV). When I have these charging problems at home, the check engine light comes on. I don’t know if that is the common denominator or not.
Yep - New 4xe lasted exactly 5 days after being picked up to heading into service (delivered on 4/16). It has been at Jeep service since last Thursday (4/22), with no resolution in sight. Was told a "Jeep engineer" (I use that term lightly) is coming to look at it but that probably won't happen until next week. So the car was in my possession from 5 days and 139 miles in total, will have been in service for 11 days on Monday.
Cool, I got a rental car minivan! Nothing like dropping $64k on a new Jeep to drive a minivan in its place. No offense to minivan drivers, but it is not my jam.Spoke with FCA today, they are working on it, problem is we are the first to have this problem. Lucky they put me in a super rad compass.
Day 2 (yesterday) had check engine for low reservoir which was quickly proceed by an overheat. Service is looking for the coolant leak today.
We didn’t even have ours 48 hours before we had to return it due to a visible coolant leak. We’re also getting terrible MPG (14.5-16). We were told they can’t get parts and we will get an update when there is something to update. Jeep Cares reached out on a different forum post. Idk if they will help expedite.Day 2 (yesterday) had check engine for low reservoir which was quickly proceed by an overheat. Service is looking for the coolant leak today.
True, a newer cars tend to have more issues. But I’ve purchased BMWs where I was one the of the first to take delivery, including A 600+ HP X5M, where I had no issues through many years of ownership.Everyone has me worried now. But it's usually been my theory that new vehicles fail right away if anything is going to go wrong.
I have a suspicion we are seeing manufacturing issues as the engineering has been well tested.