Originally Posted by iwantanotherjeep
2014 CRD Overland 1800km
Standard aircon issue. Blows hot one side and freezing on the other.
Front sensors go off every time I stop at the lights.
Using the Adaptive Cruise Control, when braking/slowing I get a ratcheting/cog sound which only occurs while the ACC is engaged. Normal braking/slowing does not repeat the problem.
Occasionally when I press the button to lock the car it won't lock. Only the FOB will lock it.
An update to my issues.
Aircon is fixed.
Sensors are getting worse, so much so that I have to switch them off, I almost stuffed up and dinged it whilst parking because I had forgot that I turned the sensors off. They detect that there is an object within 30cm and go off under 10kph almost all the time.
The ratcheting/cog sound(could be knocking as some have described) is happening during normal driving now. Quite annoying and embarrassing when you have others in the GC.
I think the locking issue is cause when the FOB is in the same pocket as my iPhone.
Very rough shifting in 1-2-3 in ECO mode during up and down shifts. Very noticeable and for this reason alone I would not buy a GC.
Had the screen go blank. Jumped out then back in which fixed it.
Also a vibration at low speeds in traffic, ie trying to maintain a low RPM between about 750-1100RPM in gears 3-5. I think it is a drivetrain issue.
To be honest I wouldn't recommend a GC whilst I have all these issues. I'm one very frustrated owner who feels like I have wasted my money.