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Average Mileage:
1,000 miles
Total Complaints:
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2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee AC / heater problems

AC / heater problem

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2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee Owner Comments

problem #1

Jun 012022

Grand Cherokee Limited 3.6L V6

  • Automatic transmission
  • 1,000 miles


Bought the new body style two row 22 Grand Cherokee in February of this year. Once warm weather hit I noticed the air conditioner didn’t get very cold but I ignored it until the hot weather arrived and now it is extremely noticeable that the air conditioner is very under powered and takes way too long to cool off the cabin. I have compared it to my 2021 Wrangler and the air conditioner in that vehicle is ice cold on the same hot days that the grand Cherokee just cannot keep you cool.

Also the design of the panel vents make them very hard to aim towards your face and they are also way too far away from you and on top of that the vent fan is very weak so this only exacerbates the extremely weak air conditioner. The air conditioner is completely inadequate for any outside temperature over 80° and I would strongly recommend passing on the new grand Cherokee if you live anywhere with summer temperatures over 90°. Jeep says it is functioning properly and nothing is wrong so be warned that the air conditioner is complete and total garbage. I have also noticed that when using the air conditioner the engine is robbed of what feels like 40% of its power. I expect that type of power decrease when running the AC in 1990s vehicles but I have not had a vehicle feel this noticeably weaker when running the AC since my 93 Ford ranger four-cylinder. I thought it was such an awesome ride when I bought it in winter but now I can’t wait to get rid of this thing.

- John S., Nashville, TN, US

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