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Oh...it's only mine with transmission problems? Really? Do you actually read this forum? Are all those other people lying? LOL

Your assumption is that owner satisfaction and stating that you'd by the same vehicle gain are one in the same. Just for giggles, tell me exactly where you found that info. Give me the issue of Consumer Reports nd the page number. I have every issue for the last five years and I'd like to read it for myself. I can't find what you are claiming in the last Auto Issue, which was April 2014. I'm starting to sniff out some BS here.....
I don't know how else to explain this to you. I'm Not explaining it again you'll have to have someone read my previous posts and maybe they can explain in a way you can understand. They call the section owner satisfaction and I even put the exact question that was asked and I gave you the numbers. If you have the auto issue look for the page with would you buy that car again. I'm sure after reading it you still won't understand but at least you will be able to see it.

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Sorry, don't believe you for a second. You do know you're driving a vehicle originally design by Mercedes, a ZF designed transmission from Germany...from a company now fully owned by Fiat, and has more parts manufactured by China than you can shake a stick at, right?





I try to support American jobs as best I can...most of the cars I've owned were made in the good ole' U.S.A....like my Honda Accord made in Marysville Ohio, and my two Nissan Xterras made in Smyrna Tennessee.



Didn't Detroit just come out of bankruptcy? Sounds like a little diversification would have helped them out...that and some consessions from the Unions.



And insinuating my transmission issues are in my head doesn't help either. We do have something in commom though...I too have three degrees compliments from the companies I've been employed at over the years.
I told myself I was not going to reply to you anymore. Trying to correct your misassumptions is a waste of time. But I can't let you get away with some of these statements. I don't know what kind of situation you grew up in but let me tell you about mine. My grandfather on my dad's side worked for Great Lakes Steel and died at an early age due to that work. I don't remember him at all. My grandfather on my mom's side took care of the mansions in Detroit of the auto executives. He lost a leg getting it caught in one of the elevators in one of the mansions while working on it. He also died at an early age. I barely remember him I was about 3. My uncle on my dad's side drove an overhead crane for Great Lakes Steel. Great Lakes Steel made steel for the auto industry until they went under due to not modernizing and imported steel being cheaper. My uncle became kind of famous because he could operate his crane so well he could pick your lunch box out of your hand without the crane touching you. My uncle on my mom's side was a designer for Oldsmobile and Cadillac. My mom wanted to be a teacher but because she grew up during the depression there was no money for her to go to college so she could do so. She took odd jobs and put herself through business school. She had an opportunity to get a job in the typing pool at the Desoto/Dodge plant in Detroit and so took it as it was decent money during the depression. The president of Desoto noticed that she did great work and took pride in her job and so offered her a chance to train for a management position out of his office. Eventually she worked her way up to be his excuitive personal secretary. In those days that was second in command after the president of the division. Many days it was her job to run the plant when the President was out of the office. BTW, my mom is now 92 years old and works everyday as a volunteer for Frankenmuth schools. In a way she is experiencing her dream to be a teacher. My dad wanted to be a doctor and in fact had a couple of years of Med college. But again because of the depression and his dad developing cancer from working in the mill there was no money to complete that. So my dad took training to be an electrician and earned his Journeyman electrical card. His best friend's father growing up was head of Great Lakes Steel's electrical department. The friend's father made a lot of money. I remember going to his house with my dad and seeing huge Cadillacs and Lincoln's in his driveway. I saw my first color TV at his house. This man offered to set my dad and his son up in their own electrical business. But my mom still scared of being penniless from the depression was against that and told my dad to get a job with a steady pay check. My dad's friend went on to start that electrical company on his own. Today that company is the multimillion dollar Gale Electric company. You may have heard of them. They own the Rooster Tail nightclub on the Detroit river. The name came from the famous hydroplane races on the Detroit river. You may recall the Rooster Tail was where many of the famous Motown singers used to perform. Anyway, my dad went on to work in the electrical department at Great Lakes Steel. Back in those days the unions were just beginning to form. Most people today have no idea why unions were first formed. It was over working conditions, not money. My dad was appalled at the working conditions in the steel mill and told stories of people falling into the open hearth furnaces and they wouldn't even be shut down as there was nothing left of them to find. One night he was given an order to work on the lights over the big open hearth furnace. He said fine, no problem, just give me a safety man. What they would do is hook the electrician and the safety man together so if the electrician slipped he would be tethered to the safety man. The foreman that night refused to give him a safety man. So my dad asked for clarification. Was the foreman telling him to go up over the open hearth furnace with out a safety man or go home? The foreman said yes, so my dad went home. My dad had not been able to make it to the union organizing meeting before his shift so was unaware there was a plan to walk out that night. The signal all the employees were waiting for to do that was a wave. As my dad left that night to go home some men called after him. Where are you going? My dad being upset didn't say anything but just raised his hand and waved them off. The next morning on the news he learned the steel mill walked out on his signal. Shortly after that the steel mill became organized. Long story short he was Blacklisted as being a union organizer, which of course he wasn't. But he could not get work anywhere because of that. It just so happened that my dad was a Mason and always wore his ring. Eventually his ring and the secret Mason handshake got him work at the Mclouth Steel Mill and a GM transmission plant. Everyone at our church was connected with the auto industry or the steel mills so he put the word out he was looking for work. Some men in our church had some pretty good positions at Chrysler and were able to get him in at the Chrysler Trenton engine plant. Next Chrysler opened a new plant. Trenton Chrysler Chemical plant, aka Cycleweld. At one time this plant made most of the chemicals involved with building their vehicles. All of the paint, brake shoes, brake pads, and most of the wheels were made there. I remember the big sheets of foam rubber made there for bench seats. They actually had a pretty good side business in supplying those parts to other manufactures. My dad did some amazing things in that plant. The paint mixers and brake presses were state of the art. Nobody had ever seen that kind of equipment before. He pretty much led the team that installed all of that stuff. Eventually though when Chrysler had one of its many financial difficulties it was decided to sell the plant off to stay a float. The Japanese were so impressed with the plant they bought it. Brought in huge cargo planes like the military uses, stripped the plant, and flew all of it back to Japan. My dad eventually developed severe heart problems and became unable to work. Chrysler continued to call him though while he was sitting in his recliner too sick to move to consult with him on electrical issues.

So go ahead and tell me you don't believe me that I have never ridden in a foreign car or know anybody who owns one. And tell me how unions destroyed Detroit. In case you didn't get the memo. The whole idea of Detroit is to devalue it so property can be bought for pennies on the dollar. The rich will then come in, buy it up, develop it and move all of the "undesirables" out. Sorry but you are wrong. The people I grew up with and still associate with today are entirely different than your experience. They build, buy and support the company and product that puts a roof over their head, provides medical, and puts food on their table. As I said in a previous posting, to these people, loyalty means everything.

PS: Before I forget let me straighten you out on the 9 speed transmission. Chrysler bought the rights to that transmission and is manufacturing their own version of it in their two award wining plants in Kokomo, Indiana, Chrysler Transmission and Casting, Plants 1 and 2. Yes, I know there are imported parts in Chrysler vehicles just as there are Genuine Chrysler parts in most every domestic and foreign vehicles. Oh, and I consider American jobs to be union jobs. As long as Chrysler's headquarters is just down I 75 from me in Auburn Hills, I will still consider them an American company, regardless where Fiat's headquarter's is.

I could go on and on but what would be the point of that. I have proven I know what I am talking about and you are not going to change your mind even when presented with facts. I honestly hope you do get the things you are not satisfied with in your Jeep straightened out to your satisfaction.

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Sorry, don't believe you for a second. You do know you're driving a vehicle originally design by Mercedes, a ZF designed transmission from Germany...from a company now fully owned by Fiat, and has more parts manufactured by China than you can shake a stick at, right?





I try to support American jobs as best I can...most of the cars I've owned were made in the good ole' U.S.A....like my Honda Accord made in Marysville Ohio, and my two Nissan Xterras made in Smyrna Tennessee.



Didn't Detroit just come out of bankruptcy? Sounds like a little diversification would have helped them out...that and some consessions from the Unions.



And insinuating my transmission issues are in my head doesn't help either. We do have something in commom though...I too have three degrees compliments from the companies I've been employed at over the years.
This jeep was not designed by Mercedes. The Mercedes and the Jeep started with the same platform, but Chrysler has their own designers and Engineers that work in Auburn Hills Mi. These are the people that designed and engineered this vehicle.
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This jeep was not designed by Mercedes. The Mercedes and the Jeep started with the same platform, but Chrysler has their own designers and Engineers that work in Auburn Hills Mi. These are the people that designed and engineered this vehicle.
LOL, there you go confusing him with the facts again.
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LOL, there you go confusing him with the facts again.
He hasn't posted anything else so I can only assume he found the consumer reports numbers on owner satisfaction that I was talking about and didn't like what he saw. In that same report the regular Cherokee with the V-6 was ranked I think second to only the forester in owner satisfaction out of about 20 small suv's.
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And just to keep things in perspective, that 4Runner that is so perfect, really wasn't. Pretty bad recall record going back to 1988, many of them repetitive.

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And just to keep things in perspective, that 4Runner that is so perfect, really wasn't. Pretty bad recall record going back to 1988, many of them repetitive.

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I'm not worried about recalls. As someone who just had his Jeep in for 4 recalls at once, with two more coming one of which will take 6-12 months to get parts the argument that Toyota has more recalls than Jeep isn't going to hold water with me.

As someone who has owned both several Toyota products and now two Jeep products, there is no question that on the whole Toyota is a more reliable brand, and their dealer experience is superior. Now, I think the JGC is a more compelling product (obviously) than similar offerings from Toyota, but I would never make the statement that the Toyota is not on the while more reliable.

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My grandfather on my dad's side worked for Great Lakes Steel and died at an early age due to that work. I don't remember him at all. My grandfather on my mom's side took care of the mansions in Detroit of the auto executives. He lost a leg getting it caught in one of the elevators in one of the mansions while working on it. He also died at an early age.
My paternal grandfather was made a paraplegic in a coal mine cave in and died before I was born. My maternal grandfather was also a coal miner and later a construction worker who died of skin cancer from being out in the sun...I never met him.

My question is...what is your point? What does your long diatribe about your family and whatever have to do with the quality of products being made by US Auto manufacturers? (I admit I made it maybe 3 sentences into your incredible run-on paragraph) I don't doubt you are very proud. But, there is no argument that for MANY years the quality of what was made by Chrysler, GM and Ford was FAR behind that made by foreign automakers. There is no argument that labor costs driven up by the UAW, while they no doubt worked to you and your family's benefit, made costs of production so high that coupled with dropping sales due to abysmal quality of their products nearly put at least GM out of business...and basically did put Chrysler out of business. These are facts whether you want to admit them or not.

The good news is, these companies are doing quite well now, albeit under different organization for GM and foreign ownership for Chrysler, and they are all building MUCH better products that in many ways are the equal or superior to those made by companies like Toyota and Honda.

BUT...there are still issues, and reliability at Chrysler and specifically Jeep is one of those issues...issues that need to be addressed...and issues that us as fans of the brand need to hold them accountable for. Unfortunately their new parent company Fiat is not known for even mediocre reliability...thats going to make it hard.

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They call the section owner satisfaction and I even put the exact question that was asked and I gave you the number
I don't doubt that this is correct. Like I said, despite my issues I liked the vehicle enough to try another. Its a great vehicle in a lot of ways and a great value.
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He hasn't posted anything else so I can only assume he found the consumer reports numbers on owner satisfaction that I was talking about and didn't like what he saw.
Yea...that's exactly why I haven't posted for a WHOLE day...



Sorry if I have a life. I don't have a subscription to Consumer Reports, but I DO have faith in what they report.

Now as for my statement about Mercedes designing the WK2, yes I could have been more clear...the chassis...from Wiki...

The Grand Cherokee (with the 2011 Durango) WK2 platform uses a derivative based on Mercedes-Benz's W166 series.

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Funny how you guys only honed in on that one statement of mine...trying to discredit ALL the other statements I made in my post.

By the way macfan, that was quite the manifesto there.

You guys live in a world of "Make Believe"...

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I'm not worried about recalls. As someone who just had his Jeep in for 4 recalls at once, with two more coming one of which will take 6-12 months to get parts the argument that Toyota has more recalls than Jeep isn't going to hold water with me.

As someone who has owned both several Toyota products and now two Jeep products, there is no question that on the whole Toyota is a more reliable brand, and their dealer experience is superior. Now, I think the JGC is a more compelling product (obviously) than similar offerings from Toyota, but I would never make the statement that the Toyota is not on the while more reliable.
We all have our stories to tell; just be glad you did not buy a Tacoma and have the frame rust out from under you or one of their oil problem vehicles and have warranty work denied you. Myself, I prefer using hard numbers, like recalls; personal opinions are just that, opinions, and count very little from one person to another. And that is my opinion.
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He hasn't posted anything else so I can only assume he found the consumer reports numbers on owner satisfaction that I was talking about and didn't like what he saw. In that same report the regular Cherokee with the V-6 was ranked I think second to only the forester in owner satisfaction out of about 20 small suv's.

Between you and macfan, I can only laugh how you confuse me with GCLimited. Do either of you guys even realize who you're responding to?

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And just to keep things in perspective, that 4Runner that is so perfect, really wasn't. Pretty bad recall record going back to 1988, many of them repetitive.

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LOL, here's a towel to wipe the egg off of your face. My 4Runner (yes, the one that was just about perfect) was a 2004 model. I purchased it new and owned it for 11 years, at which time I replace it with a 2015 Grand Cherokee.

Anyway, back to my 2004 4Runner--using your link, I see exactly ONE recall, which was to replace the accelerator pedal with a shorter version to avoid it from getting hung up on the floor mat. And that whole recall was in response to the Toyota issue of unintended acceleration being caused by people using winter mats that could cause the pedal to get stuck.

So if you think that one recall to shorten an accelerator pedal in my 4Runner somehow makes it, well, less than perfect, then I can only laugh at you. I drove that thing for 11 years and it was almost flawless. It never once had to go back to the dealership at all. On the contrary, my Jeep had to go back to the dealer for transmission problems two weeks after I purchase it. Yeah, okay.....my point is now so glaringly obvious that even a blind man would see it. And for what it's worth, I never did the accelerator pedal recall because I used molded winter mats (similar to WeatherTech mats) all year 'round and the pedal could never get hung up on them.

By the way, just for shits n' giggles, I decided to pull up the recall info on that same site, but for the 2004 Grand Cherokee instead of the 2004 4Runner. Guess what? Yup, 13 recalls on the Jeep for the same model year as my 4Runner, which has exactly one. So what was your point again?
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