Originally Posted by whenyergood
An update on my situation. I had been having issues with the jeep stalling anytime I would coast to a stop for over a year. No codes so the dealership would do nothing for me. I had issues with stalling immediately after starting and continuous crank issues for a few months. It got so bad that I could not use the jeep anymore. I talked them into installing a new TIPM under the max care warranty. This did nothing to fix my stalling after start and continuous crank issue. I dont know if it affected the stalling while diving because I couldn't get it started... After it sitting at the dealer for a few weeks they installed the fuel pump relay. It has been 3 1/2 weeks since they installed the relay and it has not stalled out at all while coasting to stops but it has stalled twice immediately after starting. Both times it did start on the second attempt.
So... Having a new TIPM installed and the relay installed has not fixed my problems... It has made my Jeep "good enough" to drive which seems to be all that Chrysler cares about.
My dealer does seem to be concerned and has actually followed up with me multiple times since the "repair" was made. I am hesitant to take it back to them because I don't think there is any more that they can do right now and I have been without my vehicle for multiple months already this year.
This also makes no sense at all!
You say they installed a new TIPM and yet you still had problems;
"This did nothing to fix my stalling after start and continuous crank issue"
What was the part # of The "new" TIPM they installed. Check your invoice.
Then they jumped the internal relay on a brand new TIPM and you still experienced problems;
"It has been 3 1/2 weeks since they installed the relay and it has not stalled out at all while coasting to stops but it has stalled twice immediately after starting. Both times it did start on the second attempt"
It may be that your original faulty OEM TIPM allowed the fuel pump module to run excessively damaging the module's ability to deliver fuel to the engine and that's why you are still having stalling after start issues.
You too need to find a new dealer service dept!