Thought I would introduce myself here. I am actually a first time jeep owner and love the vechicle with a small caveat. I hate to do an introduction and venting, but I thought I would get other opinions on the matter. I'll try and keep the synopsis as short as I can. In the last month I purchased the '05 5.7 liter HEMI WK and love(d) it. It's a great machine, until that one fateful day.
Came out from work and found a few drops of water leaking in the interior of the car from the bar leading down from the ceiling to the right front passenger dash. No problem, I took it into the stealership and had it looked at.....Got it back three days later after it had been "fixed." After work that evening (after a long day of rain) the entire car was now filled with water. 3-4" on the floor in the front and it was still pouring in from the front overhead lights! WOOT!
So took it back with this nicely moisturized car, and they said they would fix it. Fast forward a week. Got a call that it was fixed. Went to pick it up.
Drove the car about a half mile down the road before I realized the next "fun" issue. The right side passenger door open indicator is dinging. "Great" SO I take it back again....now since this car has <1K miles on it they agree to replace the whole thing.
I suppose that my question is whether this is something that is common? I assume not, and I want to be a happy jeep owner. Just want to make sure that I am doing the right thing here.
Thanks in advance,
2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee WK
5.7 Liter HEMI