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The AR Speedometer dude is the bomb. I have had my rebuilt TIPM in for a week now. No problems. The truck starts up just fine, autostart is ok, push button start is ok. I never even called the dealer. 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland 5.7 LTR
2011 jeep grand cherokee laredo completely shut down in an intersection. couldn't start it or even turn on hazard lights, is this a problem with TIPM
I have a 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee and lately I've been having trouble with it starting. At first I could remove the starter button and use the key to start it, but now even the key won't start it right away. It takes several tries, while the ignition just turns over, but won't fire. Then finally it will start. This usually happens on cold starts, but the problem seems to be getting worse. I have about 62K on the jeep and bought it used a little over a year ago. The car immediately went back to the dealer for the AC, in which it had taken four trips to the dealer and about 5 weeks overall of them having the car. The dealer did give me a loaner each time I had to take it back, but now of course it's out of warranty with the dealer. Fortunately, I did purchase extended warranty with a deductible of $100.00. Still, I believe I shouldn't have to pay for this repair because it sounds like this is a common and known issue with this particular model and year. I'm going to contact Chrysler and complain about the Jeep. Any suggestions would be helpful, as I've seen many talk about the TPIM.
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