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Hey guys! I've had my GC for a little over a year and have loved it for the most part. The recalls get a little old, but the AFM extended warranty sure is nice! So I drove up to Wisconsin last weekend to visit a friend and got the best fuel mileage I've gotten since I've had the Jeep (averaged over 33mpg @ 65mph!) Then when I went to leave Monday morning it just cranked but wouldn't start. Of course.

So I had to trailer it back to Indy since everything is booked out so far and the dealership finally called me back this morning with the verdict: a double fuel pump failure. They then said that wasn't covered under the AFM and that I'd be responsible for the repairs. Just wanted to get everyone's thoughts and see if anyone has had a similar experience?

I could be misinterpreting the AFM, but it says it covers the low pressure fuel pump module & level unit, and the high pressure injection pump & regulator unit. Would that not be the two fuel pumps?

Thanks in advance!
 

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They apparently have a primary fuel pump and a transfer pump in the tank to shift fuel within the tank due to odd shape. When fuel is lower level transfer pump works. Apparently they regularly fail.
 

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The Cp4 pump is a lemon, only survives in Europe because their diesel is 500ppm sulfur vs our <15ppm. I heard there was a class action suit over this pump on Ford n GM. Maybe on this as well. Should be. Failure requires entire fuel system replacement...$1
 

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They apparently have a primary fuel pump and a transfer pump in the tank to shift fuel within the tank due to odd shape. When fuel is lower level transfer pump works. Apparently they regularly fail.
At 98k my transfer pump just bit the dust... and was covered under warranty. I didn't get charged the deductible, so I'm assuming it was the AEM warranty.

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The Cp4 pump is a lemon, only survives in Europe because their diesel is 500ppm sulfur vs our <15ppm. I heard there was a class action suit over this pump on Ford n GM. Maybe on this as well. Should be. Failure requires entire fuel system replacement...$1
Hi.
All Diesel sold in EU must meet EN590 standard. This gives a maximum of 10ppm sulfur.
 
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