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Had my 2014 Jeep GC diesel since day one. It’s a 2014 model but bought new in 2015. Cat replaced, muffler replaced, O2 sensors replaced, tranny deal leaked and replaced. All under warranty. Recall for EGR came out and no dealer had parts. I called weekly and no luck with part so I went on with my life. Driving in the freeway car lost power and large puff of fire smell smoke emitting from engine. Couldn't find source but towed to dealer. To my luck they found EGR valve on stock (miracle) and replaced it as well as headers. Said headers cracked. Drove it for two weeks after that and then it happened. Engine loud click noise like a catastrophic failure noise. Towed it to dealer. Waiting for update but preliminary info is that engine might be done at 87k miles. Hoping extended warrantee from fca recall covers it. We’ll see.
 

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We are thinking same thing. Broken sun/moon roof, after using it for no more than 20-30 times (~$800 to replace). We keep the Jeep garaged, so it really isn't exposed to a lot of elements. And now ecodiesel engine is leaking ~120K miles. We hoped this would run for close to 200K miles....argh!
 

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We are thinking same thing. Broken sun/moon roof, after using it for no more than 20-30 times (~$800 to replace). We keep the Jeep garaged, so it really isn't exposed to a lot of elements. And now ecodiesel engine is leaking ~120K miles. We hoped this would run for close to 200K miles....argh!
What is it leaking? Went to go look at a used one with about 122k mi and I thought it had a cloudy oil compared to normal black diesel oil? Is that normal?
 

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Unfortunately I also had the same problem. Due to the impact of covid, we only leave the car in the warehouse. However, I recently discovered some problems with the windshield. Again, it costs a lot of money
 
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