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#51 of 92 Jeep Commander 2006 never ending problems
May 29, 2012 (8:21 am)
Started about a year ago with the leaking sun roof. Had the drain tubes cleaned out and re-leveled the sun roof. Held up for about a month until then next rain storm, severe flooding - $500.00. Have since had to get the interior cleaned and mold removed several times.
Last month Radio and Nav crapped out. Just completely blacked out - replaced with a pioneer head unit. Another $500.
This weekend, radiator cracked and all of the electronic sensors need to be repaired in order for the car to start. $800 pending.
I have 150k on my Jeep, so granted I drive a lot, but I take excellent care of my car. Should not havwe this many problems this early. Interested to hear more about a class action.
#52 of 92 It's AC drain that was clogged that = water in passenger side
Jun 01, 2012 (6:14 pm)
if the water is pooling only in the front passenger side, it's likely that the drain for the AC is clogged. this is a problem in most chrysler vehicles.
#53 of 92 Re: Jeep Commander 2006 never ending problems [tglilley]
Jun 01, 2012 (6:39 pm)
I am amazed how many fustrated Commander owners there are on the road. It doesn't seem like anylaw firm is interested in the class action because there
is no safety issue. If you add the expense of fixing the drains and all the electrical repairs, there should be enough damages for a lawsuit.
We need to get a break some how to get the ball rolling.
#54 of 92 Re: Jeep Commander 2006 never ending problems [wswig]
by Stever@Edmunds HOST
Jun 01, 2012 (7:41 pm)
Have you thought about small claims court? Check your manual too; there may be an arbitration service that you qualify for. By the time someone goes through a class action, the owners might be lucky to get a coupon for a discount off a new Jeep, if that.
#55 of 92 have we came together yet with one attorney?
Jun 04, 2012 (6:16 pm)
I have the same problem that all of you have, but we all need to use the same attorney to make this lawsuit stick. I'm about to go to my attorney to see who she needs to talk to and take care of the problem.
#56 of 92 same issue!
Jun 20, 2012 (8:38 am)
I have the same issue! It started when I had to stop parking in my garage and the next morning I heard water sloshing in the dashboard. Fast forward a few years and now as I am driving the car, all the dash and parking assist lights and power to the car are going on and off and simultaneously the rpm and spedometer gauges are going haywire. I drive my two young children around and I am worried sick about this. Jeep dealer won't fix, no recall. Can't afford to fix on my own. I feel this is a safety issue because it is making my car power down WHILE I'M DRIVING. It is definitely a leaky sunroof issue. Thank you for listening.
#57 of 92 2006 Commander Leak
Jun 24, 2012 (11:36 am)
I have a 2006 Jeep commander that I bought brand new. I have been suffering through the driver side leak for a couple years now. I now have a problem where my sunroof does not close all the way. I went to the car wash last weekend and when it came out my entire dash and passenger side floor was soaked. My transmission over temp warning is always going on eventhough Jeep and non-dealer repairs say nothing is wrong with my transmission. I have to cover my car with a tarp whenever there is a chance of rain. So frustrating. What can we do as Jeep owners to make them responsible
#58 of 92 Re: have we came together yet with one attorney? [deputycm]
Jun 27, 2012 (7:56 am)
Any word from your attorney? I was told we may have to go to the states attorney to file a lawsuit
#59 of 92 Re: Plan on bringing a lawsuit [wswig]
Jul 04, 2012 (7:26 am)
I would like to start contacting more Jeep Commander owners because I have the same water leak problems. I'm from south Texas hardly get any rain but when we do my jeep gets a third of it.
#60 of 92 2008 Jeep commander
Jul 10, 2012 (10:18 am)
I'm so glad to hear that I am not the only one that has a leaking Jeep. I just removed 2 INCHES of water out of the drivers side floor. I was told by Jeep thatitI was due to clogged drains in the sunroom and said $250+ plus to look at it and fix. I recently had it in body shop for unrelated repairs and asked them to look at it. The blew the leaves out in a matter of minutes and never charged me. Living in GA in the summer it rains EVERY afternoon!!! It's only a matter of time before mold becomes the bigger issue! My other concern is that the water is coming from the small square that holds the airbag. very dissapointed!!!