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#365 of 386 Jeep Commander Gas Mileage & Recalls
Dec 12, 2011 (10:08 am)
We bought a 2006 Jeep Commander 5.7L in July. We like it but it could get better gas mileage, we average about 12.7MPG. Have noticed some engine hesitations while going 30-40 MPH and engine at 1-1.5k RPM. Not sure if this is causing the below average mileage or not.
Also, I only read a few posts and noticed alot of engine not starting issues. I wonder if anyone has found that there are some recalls on various Jeep Commanders. One notably for engine stalls. Here's a link.
#367 of 386 Re: Don't buy Jeep Commander [commbri]
Dec 15, 2011 (7:29 pm)
I've also replaced many components. Now, today, the radio - the buttons on the bottom of the radio panel - are not functioning. The radio display has been flashing for about 3 years now but I have not had it replaced deciding instead to replace parts that were keeping the jeep from starting, running without talking, etc.
Have you ever had this radio problem? If you did, what was the solution? I'm worried about cost of - not even the repair - but the time it will take the audio repair shop to determine the problem; I haven't been able to find audio repair with jeep commander experience.
#368 of 386 Re: Transmission Problems [dreichert]
Dec 19, 2011 (7:42 pm)
I also have a 06 jeep commander & have been having the same exact problem with the jerking when I reach 60mph. The engine light comes on after it jerks Everytime. My husband is deployed right now so I've taken it to several mahcanic/dealers & no one can seems to find the problem, I get a different solution to whats wrong everywhere I go. Finally my friends husband came home from deployment who is a mechanic and told me it was the transmission. I've been waiting to figure the problem out for some time now, so now the end result... now my transmission completely gave out & I'm basically carless at the moment.
#370 of 386 headlight & brakelight covers let moisture in
Jan 16, 2012 (11:06 am)
does anyone else have this problem of the head and brake light covers not fitting well enough so that moisture seeps in? that eventually dries up but as soon as the air is damp, it rains, it snows, etc., the moisture is in there again.
so far it has not impacted the lights working, but given The Chrysler Jeep Commanders 'overall water leak issue' and the eventual results of that, I think that this is a problem that also needs fixing.
so, if anyone else has the same problem and has been able to successfully fix the problem, please share. the independent service stationS that i have gone to regarding the windshield leak tried to reinstall the covers and were not able to remedy the problem; they believe it's an overall autobody defect.
#371 of 386 Re: Jeep Commander Gas Mileage & Recalls [phanstern]
Jan 16, 2012 (5:11 pm)
that lemonauto link looks fantastic. I'm waiting on reply from jeep customer service regarding the sunroof leak, blinking dashboard, cruise control turning on, park assist turning off, etc., if chrysler corporate does not agree to fix these problems at no charge, i am filing suit in February 2012. if owners of other defective commanders are doing so through this lemonauto site i'd like to know.
#372 of 386 Re: Jeep Commander Leaks
Jan 28, 2012 (7:28 pm)
There is alot of owners with the water leaks. If you get any feedback on your
complaints, let everyond know. If you don't have any luck, we need to
form a group to get Jeep to fix these design problems.
#374 of 386 Re: Jeep Commander Leaks [wswig]
Feb 11, 2012 (3:01 pm)
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