It is unsafe to drive. As we were halfway through the trail, he asked if I was ever going to put it into 4-wheel drive or raise the suspension. Chrysler needs to come up with a permanent solution to this problem now. The only thing that changed was last week I changed axle ratio with my Diablo Intune to 3. By complaints dropped back down by about 80%. Its not the small amount of dirt, but dirt can cause it to malfunction. The center stack, steering wheel controls, off-road controls and navigation and sound system are complex, but not complicated and easy to reach and use.
I get the feeling that Chrysler, isn't to concern about the situation until someone is killed which who knows maybe someone has already been injured or killed. I'm guessing your still under warranty. A few days later it was working again. Anyone else have this problem, should I expect more. I had to drive this potential death trap around with a co-pilot that was supposed to record data codes when the stalling happened for months.
It was around 0650 at 50 mph and slowing as I approached a stop sign. It looked as if the car was still running. This was to test if it would take a 3. I have no confidence in the vehicle. The repair was done and we did not have any problems for another 2 years.
Another frightening encounter in my Jeep. It remained off for the morning. These vehicles can be identified by a unique fuel filler door label that states Ethanol E-85 or Unleaded Gasoline Only. Loosen and pull it towards the end of the steering shaft, it should only move a little. This morning I was lucky enough that there was no car sitting there waiting to get onto the highway otherwise I would have hit them. I slammed on my breaks, and boom, engine turns off, steering wheel is locked. From 2010 to 2011, complaints about the increased 10-fold.
This is twice in about a 3 year period it has occurred. Every review that I have read, all the mechanics can seem to figure it out. Either way, glad it's not being fixed on my dime, since it sounds like these aren't cheap, and parts prices seem to have a way of jumping even higher once they cross the border into Canada. In the drive home, it came back on again. The flexible-fuel engine features variable-valve timing and is available with a 5-speed automatic transmission. Review Notes: 2011 Jeep Compass — 2.
Not sure what else I can do at this point. I pulled the battery and that didn't reset it. It stalled in heavy rush hour traffic this morning and I felt my ticket was about to be punched! If you have a for-profit service,. I cross my fingers every time I drive this thing and definitely stay out of the middle lanes. I was getting onto the freeway when the engine turned off. Dan Reitz, sounds like you had the exact problem I'm having.
The information in this section is for Flexible Fuel vehicles only. If it gets to far from the end of the steering shaft it will throw those codes. It worked for me when I got those two lights. My car turns off and I lose my power steering and my brakes. The Limited trim adds upgraded 18-inch aluminum wheels, a leather interior with power-adjustable heated seats and memory.
It would choke and want to shut off in the middle of the road. Well it looks like I'll be visiting my dealership after the holidays to have them fix this Blind Spot Detection Unavailable error that keeps happening. The flexible-fuel engine features variable-valve timing and is available with a 5-speed automatic transmission. . I will not let my wife or daughter drive the Jeep because if it were to happen while they were driving, they could not handle the power steering going off. Really After having a go at the branch Manager my car was shifted to the front, but I am told the repairs might take longer depending on outcome.
The first dealership I took it to would not return call after the fourth time I took it in. The 70th anniversary models have been dropped for 2012. Said it had new starter so has lots of starts left. I drive the vehicle for a few days as I was very nervous about the same thing happening. The stability control off and the brake light are also illuminated. Given that it was failing with literally less than 10 miles on the odometer, I wonder if this left the factory inoperative, or if it got damaged in transit, either from the factory to the original dealer or to the original dealer to my dealer.