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2005-'07 Jeep Grand Cherokee, 2006-'07 Jeep Commander Recalled for Ignition Switch Problem | Edmunds

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image2005-'07 Jeep Grand Cherokee, 2006-'07 Jeep Commander Recalled for Ignition Switch Problem | Edmunds.com

Chrysler is recalling approximately 792,300 2005-'07 Jeep Grand Cherokee and 2006-'07 Jeep Commander SUVs because of an ignition switch problem that may cause engine stall.

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  • They replaced my ignition switch in my 2006 Jeep Commander & I noticed weeks later that all my interior lights were on even though they were in the off position. With this was a dead battery. I just called the dealer who replaced it & was told that nothing they came in contact with while replacing the switch involves any electrical wiring. I'm not sure if I should believe them. Could they have crossed any wire or shorted oout my battery?
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