pretty bad
Typical Repair Cost:
Average Mileage:
96,850 miles
Total Complaints:
3 complaints

Most Common Solutions:

  1. not sure (3 reports)
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2019 Jeep Wrangler electrical problems

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2019 Jeep Wrangler Owner Comments

problem #3

Dec 052023

Wrangler 4 Door 3.6L

  • Automatic transmission
  • 112,782 miles


December 5th 2023

While heading to the dealership, due to the following issue.

All the lights on the dash came on and started flashing.

The power steering became intermittent, and the ABS braking system was slow to respond.

- Tracy S., Foley, AL, United States

problem #2

Nov 062023

Wrangler 4 Door 3.6L

  • Automatic transmission
  • 109,658 miles

November 6th 2023

Following a meeting at the local High School, when starting the Jeep, all the lights on the dashboard, and shifter started flashing, with the windshield wipers coming on, with the message indicator showing that service was required.

The Jeep became unfunctional and would not come out of the Park and shut off. Several minutes later, the Jeep was restarted, and there were no warning lights or issues displayed on the message indicator. While on the way home, all the lights and indicators began to flash again on the dash, with the power steering and braking function becoming intermittent to respond. We dropped the 2019 Jeep Wrangler off at the dealership at 9:30 pm with a drop tag. The dealership contacted us the following morning, and I explained the issues.

The dealership stated there were multiple codes pulled from the computer and wanted to run tests on the Jeep. The dealership could not find any issues from testing. They checked for loose wires, disconnections, or anything that would or could cause these problems. The dealership also drove the Jeep 40-plus miles in the 4 days they had the Jeep for evaluation, they could not make the Jeep repeat the issue.

- Tracy S., Foley, AL, United States

problem #1

Oct 022023

Wrangler Saraha 2.0L Turbo Etouque

  • Automatic transmission
  • 68,000 miles

Tried replacing the main battery, didn’t know there was a 48 volt battery underneath the jeep that’s with parts and labor (if not covered under warranty is $2400 to fix) it is currently at the dealership awaiting diagnosis.

Brought it in with 68K miles on it. No power steering, low voltage alert and a warning light. Read up on the 48 volt “aux” battery underneath the jeep and it apparently goes out every 5 years. My jeep is a 2019 built 11/18, so I’m damn near on that 5 year mark.

- Justin J., Mansfield, US

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