I have a 2015 jeep Cherokee with less then 4,000 miles that had a recall on its transmission. It was completely replaced with a rebuilt transmission. Did this vehicle lose resale value? Please let me know how much if it did. Dennis Slapo
I have a 2015 jeep Cherokee with less then 4,000 miles that had a recall on its
transmission. It was completely replaced with a rebuilt transmission. Did this vehicle lose
resale value? Please let me know how much if it did. Dennis Slapo
I wouldn't think so. Lose value that is. Only thing is I looked up 2015 Jeep Cherokee and the only re-calls are the air bags. Nothing about transmission. Don't get me wrong, I believe you---it's your car and if they replaced the transmission are you sure it was not warranty? Either way, still, no loss of resale value. It's fixed.
There was a TSB (Technical Service Bulletin) and a ton of owner complaints though.TSB #81-016-1053 NHTSA ID #10057092 Date Announced: OCTOBER 01 2014 Summary: CHRYSLER: 2014-2015 JEEP CHEROKEE, CHRYSLER 200 TRANSMISSION MAY NOT ALLOW THE TRANSAXLE TO SHIFT GEAR DUE TO TRANSMISSION CONTROL MODULE SOFTWARE
Purchased a 2014 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk, V6, in May of 2014. I filed the Motor Vehicle Defect Notification Form on 7/15/15 after 21 visits to the dealership(s) for repairs to include 2 new transmissions and 2 new emergency braking systems. An appt. was made by Chrysler for today for the final repair attempt, however, we didn't make it to today. 2 days ago, the Jeep once again died and would not move. (at least it was there on time for the appt.) Chrysler Rep. arrived at the dealership today and do you want to guess his resolution??? Yet another transmission.... I am truly at a loss here. Lucky number 3... The 3rd "newly installed transmission" is the charm, Right? (or should we say 4th; taking into consideration the factory installed transmission)
I'm in the process of trading my 2015 Trailhawk after 8 months of misery and no cooperation from FCA at all. They will always make an appointment for you but even when it limps in with the "service Transmission" alarms on, they keep the car a couple of days and then say they can't find nothing wrong with it. A few days later, the same thing happens again. I will never buy so much as a screw from this fraudulent corporation again.
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