If concerned about a drain, have the dealer check for the long term load. With everythig off for long enough to time out, the sum of the keepalives and clock should be less than 50 ma.
5 of the last 6 Chrysler/Jeep vehicles I've bought have been from this dealership. I've had more issues with these products than the Nissans & Chevy's I owned during the same time. I thought Chrysler/Jeep quality had changed for the better with the 2011 GC, but my recent experiences have showed me that Chrysler & Jeep still have quality issues. The only reason I'll buy another is the good relationship I have with the dealer's service department.Did the service you received change your opinion about Chrysler/Jeep? I would think it would because it sounds like the problem wasn't due to poor quality, just a fluke.
That's really good to hear.:thumbsup:I, too, had my overhead console replaced about a month back after having my battery drained. It's been fine so far since..