Several times I have to wait then start the car and it will turn on. But when I drive I get the traction control light flashing giving it gas I can no¿T accelerate above 25 mph, seems to release at lower speeds below 25mph but it feels like the brakes are on and something it decreasing engine power. Reverse lights are on a separate system and likely, they weren't working and you just noticed. Ambulance to er and no neuro on duty told could take me vegas 2 to 3 hours away. Issue has been repeatedly reported to dealerships and manufacturer 10 visits for this issue spread across 2 dealerships, and 4 cases have been opened with Jeep directly. The jerking erratic behavior occurs anytime the vehicle is in motion.
If you are interested in advertising a for-profit service,. I unplugged the front driver's sensor harness, looked clean. Obviously, this creates a very dangerous situation. If it is angled, straighten it and that might fix it. Issue continues to be diagnosed as a failed brake light switch, and switch is replaced.
I'd have the shop that did the work check it over. Loose steering could be ball joints going out. Steering and control of vehicle seemed unchanged as I turned around and drove back home. It is a small wire harness running to each wheel. Sometimes it takes a while for my car to start on the first turn of the key.
I was told by two different garages that it isn't safe to drive because the struts and whole front end is damaged beyond repair that would cost more than the vehicle is worth. After that i just whipped it around the block and light went off so everything in the world is good lol. It has been in and out of the shop for the same issue since September 1st. Drove down street approximately 100 yards when all lights dome lights, instrument lights, headlights flickered momentarily. Sometimes all my check engine lights come on with every other lights as well. I am having the same issue, and I can't find the harness. I feel as if one day to school my vehicle will rock unstable and cause me to wreck even though I am very careful.
Nothing looked frayed, popped, or out of place. It had 64,000 miles on it. The start gets dragged on. Remedy: dealers will reprogram the abs electronic control unit. Org The Jeep Grand Cherokee Owners Community JeepGarage. Anyhow, if the light comes back on and I expect it to , it'll be off to the dealer for a diagnostic. A day after the tow, I received a call from the repair shop and was told that my sub frame had rusted through and broke.
My buddy at O'Reillys reset the computer I suppose cause the lights went away. At times it takes 3 seconds for my car to even attempt to start meaning nothing is happening. My car worked then, just very sketchy, so I was ok waiting, just extremely cautious. The dealer was unable to diagnose the cause of the failure. You can't drive it without the vehicle feeling like the front end is gonna fall out and is unable to control the steering.
I just received part time work and unable to drive the possibly unsafe vehicle. The system has detected a fault in the electronic stability program - brake assit system. My rear pads are wearing out but didnt get a chance to replace it yet. And was told the was nothing they could do for me. Something was grabbing up around the front. Electronic Stability Control problem 2 Parking brake doesn't work and the stability of the vehicle is not good it wobbles around turns and I'm afraid the vehicle will roll one day. In January of 2016 a similar incident occured while going up a snowy hill road curves while going uphill resulting in the vehicle loosing traction and going into a snowbank.
This happened over eleven times, with mileage starting at 1,186, and most recently at 52,536. I flipped Jeep and it stopped ended up on passenger side. Son pulled seat belt from crushing me. I'm pretty sure the sensor harness was visible by just looking behind the tire, in the wheel well, near the shock, but I honestly can't remember. If the bearing needed to be replaced, they the shop who works on my Jeep would have said so. Loose sensor connector at one or more wheel locations. Radio and everything turns on.