Originally Posted by JeepSue
Thank you to everyone on this forum - I just purchased a 2014 Summit, and the vibration problem did not become evident until I was at speeds over 65 mph. I called the dealer, who stated "well you shouldn't be driving more than 65 anyways." Obviously, I did not find this comment funny. I have taken the car to another jeep dealer, and printed out this entire forum highlighting the key points. I appreciate everyone sharing their experience.
FYI - They are finally replacing my 14 Limited because this "funny" issue was not resolvable. All of this since Oct 7th.
- 3 sets of tires
- 2 sets of 20" rims
- 3 balancings of tires
- 2 road force balancings
- Reprogrammed transmission
- Aligned drive shaft
- New "should take care of everything" hub assembles on all 4 wheels. This actually made it far worse
- Updated radio software due to freezing nav and radio (didn't resolve it)
- Ordered new radio (not even bothering to schedule the appointment to get t replaced though)
- Car alarm randomly went off. Hood latch sensor was literally fried/singed. Had that replaced as well.
- Now... transmission is acting goofy. Another thread is discussing this.
Don't allow them to brush this off. They issued a service bulletin for a reason... it's a large issue. I drove another Limited last week and it had the same vibration issues as well. I'll probably just go another route than Jeep. I just can't trust it, but we'll see what happens.