Quadralift Air Suspension Problems 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee
My 2012 WK2 Overland 4x4 developed a problem with the air suspension that causes the compressor to constantly run to level the car, the car does not sit level, and when the car sits for more than a couple hours the forward driver side collapses so that the wheel nearly touches the fender. The car has about 38,000 miles on it, but I reported the problem around 28,000 miles and they kept saying it was fixed (even though it wasn't) so they are good willing the problem under warranty.
From what I understand to date they have replaced "the quadralift control module", they've "recalibrated the system" and checked for leaks and found none.
Anyone else experience a similar problem and have a resolution?
I'm more interested in getting it fixed than a rant, but here's the rest of the story: My car has been at the dealer for two months - Chrysler is paying for a rental car fortunately, but the dealer can't fix it and Chrysler says they promoted the field tech who services South Florida and they haven't found a replacement. My car is stuck in purgatory. Needless to say I'm frustrated and this car is actually a replacement for my 2011 WK2 that Chrysler bought back because it was a lemon, so this is the second time I'm going through this. As with my last car, the case management/ chrysler customer service is more frustrating than helpful, What the hell is going on with Jeep?!