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Jeep Commander, Auto Repair, SUV
#22 of 69 Re: Plan on bringing a lawsuit [djjj717]
Apr 26, 2011 (11:47 am)
We are having the same problem with our 2006 Jeep Commander Limited Edition. We lived in AZ for the first 3 years of ownership, which explains why we never got the "puddles!" Now after living in Wisconsin for almost 3 years and it being extremely rainy, it looks like a pond on the driver's side of the car. Chrysler should have informed us. I will be contacting a dealership today and letting them know that I would like the problem fix. A recall definitely should be issued by Chrysler regarding this problem.
#25 of 69 Re: Plan on bringing a lawsuit [djjj717]
May 10, 2011 (9:18 pm)
i have had a lot of issues and one of them being car max the drains transmission and other repairs and fixes due to failure of a good working vehicle. please let me know what i may do.
#26 of 69 Re: I have had the same problems [itabot]
May 12, 2011 (12:43 pm)
I to had my sunroof leaking, I also had water in my spark plugs, which dealer tried to blame on me, head gaskets blew, ac and heat did not work properly, and my most current issue the electrical harness went! I have not had this truck for even a full year yet and now the dealer even after admitting they sold me a lemon states that they will only buy it back for 13,000 even though I owe 17,000. PLEASE HELP! I am at a loss and unsure what to do from here. I would appreciate any help people could offer me.
#27 of 69 Re: jeep commander water in floor after rain. [djjj717]
May 19, 2011 (3:27 am)
We are having the same problem with our 2007 jeep commander. Would love any suggestions.
#29 of 69 Re: jeep commander water in floor after rain. [djjj717]
May 30, 2011 (8:48 am)
I purchased my 2006 Jeep Commander in September of 2006 and within three weeks experienced the floor board flood. I took the Jeep back to the dealership and was offered no explanation, but was told they re-sealed the body to avoid any future flooding. It's been flooding since. I'd like to join the lawsuit!
#30 of 69 Re: jeep commander water in floor after rain. [tanya11]
Jun 05, 2011 (6:12 am)
I have the same problem and it is a very easy fix. It takes about 10 min. You have to take the plastic piece off next to the drivers seat, on top of the rocker panel, so you can peel the carpet back, just pull up on it, it will un snap. There is another plastic piece where the hood latch is, pull it off also. Once you have got these pieces off you should be able to peel the carpet back from the left side where the hood latch is. When you peel the carpet back there is a foam foot support block, pull it out of the way, it may have some sort of body clip pushed into it, just pull it out, save it though you will need to put it back in. When you have done all of this, look for a blue drain tube behind a fairly large group of wires, that is the drain that has come out of the rubber gasket. All you do is just push it back in and that should fix your water leak for now, it will eventually come out again due to the bad design. Just reverse the steps to put it back together. It sounds like a lot of work, but it will only take about 10 min. Hope this helps.
#31 of 69 Re: Another rain storm, another leak [djjj717]
Jun 07, 2011 (4:46 am)
My wife has had this same problem, now she's having the stalling issue. We will join in the lawsuit.