Jeep JK TSB & Recalls
This bulletin involves reprogramming the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) with new software and replacing the torque converter as required.
OVERVIEW: This bulletin involves reprogramming the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) with new software and replacing the torque converter as required.
OVERVIEW: This bulletin involves replacement of the steering damper per latest orientation of the damper.
OVERVIEW: This bulletin involves sealing the windshield frame underneath the reinforcement brackets.
OVERVIEW: This bulletin involves selectively erasing and reprogramming the Steering Angle Sensor (SAS) with new software.
OVERVIEW: This bulletin involves trimming material from a section of the plastic retainer, used to secure the edges of the soft top to the door frame, in the immediate area of the B-Pillar.
DISCUSSION: Chrysler Group vehicle fluid systems do NOT require regular flushing. These systems include: engine oil, transmission oil, axle lube, brake fluid, power steering fluid, and refrigerant. The only exception to this requirement are published in the vehicle maintenance schedules, e.g. engine coolant.
OVERVIEW: This bulletin involves selectively erasing and reprogramming the Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) module with new software.
OVERVIEW: This bulletin involves diagnosing the clutch throw-out bearing for an incorrect pre-load condition and making the appropriate repairs.
OVERVIEW: This bulletin involves creating two depressions in the front floor pan at the transmission tunnel area to reduce panel flex.
SUBJECT: The software programmed into the Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) control module on about 50,600 of the above vehicles may cause the rear brakes to lock up during certain braking conditions. This could result in a loss of vehicle control and cause a crash without warning.
OVERVIEW: This bulletin involves correcting the orientation of a wire terminal in a harness connector to the cargo lamp.
OVERVIEW: This bulletin provides a procedure to determine repair versus replacement of an automatic transmission assembly. Follow the proper repair procedure based on the transmission type. This procedure is to be used after the transmission has been removed from the vehicle.
DISCUSSION: DaimlerChrysler Corporation is now offering a passenger airbag deactivation wiring package for the selected vehicles listed above. The wiring package is a kit containing all necessary parts and a detailed instruction sheet. In the U.S., under the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's rule, consumers will be authorized for airbag deactivation by claiming they meet any of several criteria.
DISCUSSION: Due to certain state regulations, a function for disabling the front seat video option has been incorporated into the vehicle. This function will enable or disable the radios ability to play video in the front seat. If enabled, the radio will only play video when the vehicle is in Park (Automatic Transmission) or when the parking brake is set and vehicle speed is zero (Manual Transmission). If disabled the radio will NOT play video in the front seat in any operating mode.
OVERVIEW: This bulletin involves replacement of foam and/or butyl tape(s) and/or weatherstrips to eliminate Freedom Panel water leaks.
OVERVIEW: This bulletin involves selectively erasing and reprogramming the radio with new software. If the vehicle is a Wrangler equipped with a 3.8L engine (sales code EGT) built prior to November 10, 2006 (MDH 1110XX) ensure service bulletin 18-36-06 has been/is performed.
OVERVIEW: This bulletin involves selectively erasing and reprogramming the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) with new software.
DISCUSSION: On 2007 Sebring and Nitro vehicles, the Voice Recognition and U-CONNECT selections for RES and REQ (RET and REL International radios) radios will only work if the vehicle is equipped with the factory installed Uconnect Hands-Free feature (sales code RSP).
OVERVIEW: This bulletin involves procedures for adhering weatherseal to door frame.
OVERVIEW: This bulletin involves a discussion regarding cell phone generated signal interference with the vehicle radio system.
DISCUSSION: Windshield cracks caused by an impact from a foreign object; (i.e. stone) are often difficult to identify. The following assessment should be used to verify the presence of an impact chip on the crack.
OVERVIEW: This bulletin involves installing foam padding to the top of the speaker bar.
OVERVIEW: This bulletin involves adjusting the door latch adjustment screw.
DISCUSSION: If the technician finds a red “X” displayed on the StarSCAN® ECU View screen,(Fig. 1), for the SAS perform the following...
DISCUSSION: Some customers may report that on occasion, vehicle exterior lamp assemblies are fogged with a light layer of condensation on the inside of the lenses.
DISCUSSION: ALL LISTED VEHICLES EXCEPT SEBRING COUPE/STRATUS COUPE (ST), CROSSFIRE, AND SPRINTER. When a Powertrain Control Module (PCM) is replaced on vehicles equipped with the Sentry Key™ Theft Deterrent System, it must be initialized to properly function with the anti-theft module. This is accomplished at a Chrysler Group Dealer by using the DRBIII® or StarSCAN™ Scan Tool to enter a PIN number.
DISCUSSION: The premium cloth upholstery in the vehicles listed is the new YES Essentials® stain, odor, & static resistant fabric. YES Essentials® fabric is an easy-care material that repels and releases soil to maintain the like-new appearance.
OVERVIEW: This Bulletin provides guidelines to minimize flash reprogramming problems and recovery procedure information for failed flash attempts.
DISCUSSION: The following procedure explains how to create a Vehicle Scan Report. This report provides you, the technician, a valuable tool in diagnosis, repair, and repair verification of today's vehicles. By incorporating this into the DaimlerChrysler's 6-Step Troubleshooting process, the results will be repairs that take less time and increase your Fixed-First-Visit scores.
DISCUSSION: Windshield wiper blades/elements are frequently replaced unnecessarily. Because of the environmental conditions vehicles can be operated in, a film can build up on both the windshield and the windshield wiper elements that will cause poor cleaning/streaking of the windshield, and in some instances, a chattering condition as the wipers blades travel across the windshield.