hardly worth mentioning
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
91,930 miles

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2008 Jeep Commander body / paint problems

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2008 Jeep Commander Owner Comments

problem #3

Apr 032014


  • 108,000 miles


Water leaks in on the drivers side during rain. There is about 1 cup of water on the floor mat. This happens every time it rains looks to becoming from behind the dashboard. Driver side speaker is making a popping sound.

- Portage, MI, USA

problem #2

Dec 022013


  • 87,790 miles
We had a very hard rain and when I went to my Jeep the driver side floor was full of water. I started my Jeep up and my radio speakers stopped working. Before I purchased the Jeep Chrysler had to fix a water problem because it was flooding the passenger side floor and they had to fix the speakers because the back speakers were not working. Now I'm having the same issues but now they want me to pay. Please help.

- Charlotte, NC, USA

problem #1

May 062013


  • 80,000 miles
I've been having issues with my '08 Commander for several months now. The sunroof leaked and water got into the dashboard, shorting the radio out. Dealer fixed sunroof seal and radio. On the drive home from the dealer, dashboard lights started flashing. Returned to dealer the next day, but they could not locate a problem. Three days later, car would shut off while driving and all dashboard lights would flash. Returned to dealer, they were unable to "duplicate" issue. Tech from dealer drove car for 1 day and he could not find an issue. One week later, car smelled horrible of fuel and car would shut off while driving. Returned to dealer and dealer replaced O2 sensor. Picked up car and on my way home, lights flashed, car stalled and smelled worse of fuel. Immediately returned to dealer, dealer replaced a second O2 sensor. Picked up car, 5 miles from dealer, check engine light came on. Called dealer and he said to drive car until the engine "reset"(about 10 miles) or until light began flashing, then bring it in since they can not find a real problem. Issue seemed to resolve for a couple weeks of not driving car much, but then the dashboard lights began flashing again, car smelled of fuel and car seemed bogged down. Today, car barely started and was very bogged down. Attempted to drive, but check engine light came on and flashed repeatedly. Car would not go over 40mph, shook horribly and finally shut off. I am afraid to drive this car with my child inside. I am a disabled single mother and I need a dependable car and definitely not one thats going to keep costing me money. I have a warranty that I purchased with the car, but it seems to still cost an arm and a leg to get this car running for a few days before it chokes up again. This car has sucked up all my savings and still no resolution to the problem.

- Lewisville, NC, USA

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