Originally Posted by Milous
A new advisory has been issued for:
1. Vehicles built before July 26th with electronic axle, that have had the TSB performed and that still have the shudder problem.
2. All vehicles built on or before January 9th, 2011 that exhibit shuddering. The shuddering is described as happening between 40-55 MPH.
The new procedure involves replacing the front axle isolator, p/n 52124632AD.
So, Milous (or anyone else that can help)...
What is the answer? Am I missing something here? Why is this still an issue, especially considering that it affects vehicles built up until Jan 2011? Surely this should be fixed during manufacturing if the problem is already well known?
I had a 2006 WK with a similar problem and it drove me nuts! I am not willing to commit to another Jeep if there is ANY chance that I will sit with the same problem again. How can I be sure that I won’t have this problem on my Overland when it arrives?
'11 WK2 Overland 5.7(Export)
Dark Charcoal, Dark/Light Frost Beige
730/1 NAV (REP)
(Built 21 Aug '10). Ordered on 22 Sept '10 and Delivered 25 Nov '10 in Dubai