2011 Jeep GC Fuel Pump
Ok, to get this out of the way, yup, stupid mistake, but one night I got home around 10:00 p.m., closed the garage and went to bed. Walked back out to the garage at 8:00 a.m. the next morning and to my surprise, the Jeep was still running. Fortunately, no Co2 issues in the house. That said, I shut the car off and tried starting it 4 hours later. Just kept turning over but wouldn't fire.
After 2 days, the Jeep dealer replaced some fuses and needed to order a fuel pump and fuel line to replace.
Does that make sense to you all? I guess I don't understand the correlation between leaving it running and the fuel pump/line going bad.
Which raised another concern of mine, leaving the vehicle for an extended period of time, without the key in the area, left it running. I guess they planned that? When you remote start, it only runs for about 15 minutes, but leaving the vehicle keeps it running till fuel is gone.
Ok, 2 issues, thoughts?