pretty bad
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
8,441 miles

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2015 Jeep Wrangler suspension problems

suspension problem

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2015 Jeep Wrangler Owner Comments

problem #3

Nov 292016


  • 11,596 miles


At 11600 miles, the front tires on the vehicle are severely cupped and chopped on the inside driving surface. The vehicle has had poor handling since delivery. At 2400 miles, the vehicle was serviced for poor handling, wandering, tire oscillation at highway speed. The dealer did "steering repairs" and returned the vehicle. At 11500 miles the vehicle was returned to the dealer for identical handling and steering problems. The dealer reported there was no problem with the suspension and rotated the tires. When the vehicle was returned, and driven at 30+ miles per hour, there was a terrible howl coming from the rear of the vehicle, and the steering problems persisted. When the vehicle was taken back to the dealer, the tire damage was revealed to the owner, and the dealer advised that these particular tires need to be rotated every 2500 miles or this damage will occur. The dealer, and Chrysler, refused to replace the tires, stated the steering was fine, and said the tires need to be rotated as stated above. The tires are bf goodrich mud terrain tires, which came from the factory. The unsafe steering remains unrepaired, the two tires are ruined at 11000 miles, and Chrysler and the dealer have refused to do anything further to remedy the situation or repair the vehicle. This needs to be investigated as a steering/suspension defect, which the company is unwilling to remedy, or even replace ruined tires. The companies only remedy is to mandate a ridiculous rotation schedule for the tires. Please look into this.

- Mckinney, TX, USA

problem #2

Feb 292016


  • 13,000 miles
My Jeep has 15000 miles and for the past year I has been suffering what is call the "death wobble". the car all the sudden will start shaking uncontrollable making it very hard to control the steering. I took it to westgate Jeep service in raleigh nc. They said nothing is wrong with it but it keeps doing it. I'm taking back this week. The death wobble starts when I go over an even section of the road and usually at a speed over 60 mph. The only way it stops is bringing the speed to almost 30 mph making very dangerous in the highway

- Creedmoor, NC, USA

problem #1

Jun 172015


  • 728 miles
I recently purchased a new Jeep rubicon unlimited and had the dealer install a mopar 4 inch factory approved lift kit. The kit has a lot of issues with it and not a whole lot of answers to fix them. I was driving the vehicle with my 13 year old daughter in the passenger seat when the steering wheel started to shake uncontrollably and we headed into oncoming traffic. I was able to get control of the Jeep only by slamming on the brakes and turning away from the oncoming traffic. The dealership has been very helpful with trying to answer my questions but they are now saying this is a mopar parts issue and they are in a holding pattern until they can get some answers. I called mopar and they said it is the dealers responsibility and Chrysler has the final say about the repair process. The Jeep has less than 800 miles on it and I'm in a rental minivan. Too cool !!!!!! list of issues : alignment castor cannot be corrected to factory specs due to lack of adjustment. Front axle is not centered due to lack of adjustment steering drag link digs into inside of wheel and knocks off the balance weights. The track bar bracket is not strong enough and has bent allowing the stabilizer and track bar to have excessive play. These issues all deal with the steering components and was caused by the installation of this lift kit.

- Morrisville, PA, USA

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