fairly significant
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
11,667 miles

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2013 Jeep Wrangler body / paint problems

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2013 Jeep Wrangler Owner Comments

problem #3

Jan 272015


  • 34,980 miles


The night before and morning of we had snow (01/26/2015-01/27/2015). I went out to my Jeep, cleaned it off, started it up, turned the defroster, put it in drive, and a 8 inch crack appeared on the lower part of the windshield. The crack started right above the windshield frame then ran parallel above the defrost vents.

- Gaithersburg, MD, USA

problem #2

Jan 082014

Wrangler 4WD 6-cyl

  • miles
The contact owns a 2013 Jeep Wrangler. The contact received notification of NHTSA notification campaign number 13V234000 (power train, steering). The contact also received NHTSA recall notice campaign number 13V252000 (fuel system, gasoline, structure). The contact stated that the repair was not taken care of in a reasonable amount of time. The dealer stated that the parts were not available. The manufacturer was not contacted. The contact had not experienced a failure. Updated 07/01/14

- Cumberland, RI, USA

problem #1

Nov 032012

Wrangler 6-cyl

  • 20 miles
While traveling down a highway at 55, I adjusted my position in the seat. The vehicle was in cruise control. I placed my feet on the carpet in front of the seat and pushed myself up and back into the seat to adjust my comfort and position. The carpet and carpet mat went up into the brake and accelerator pedals. The vehicle began to accelerate. With my feet I pulled the carpet and the mat back and out of the pedals. Stopped the vehicle and moved off to the side of the highway. I got out of the vehicle to see the cause. The driver side carpet is a separate piece of carpet with a mat attached by a hook that is part of the carpet. The carpet does not seem to have any backing. It looks spun. The driver position carpet is a separate piece that terminates about 6 to 10 inches under the driver┐'s seat. The carpet has holes that allow the driver seat frame to attach to the floor of the vehicle without clamping the carpet down. There is no clamping force holding the carpet down under the driver seat. The carpet end under the seat is placed under the carpet coming from the back seat. I did not notice any attachment between the front and back carpet to hold the carpet in place. My action of push with my feet to adjust my comfort and position ripped the carpet on the outside edge by the driver side door and stretched the carpet on the right side, which let the left side of the carpet to move up into the break and accelerator pedals. I replaced carpet mat with the hard molded rubber mats. These mats seem to keep the carpet and mats from moving up into the pedals. The mats and carpet still shift forward and I have to adjust them when the carpet gets too far forward.

- Sierra Vista, AZ, USA

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