Originally Posted by jc_cshmny
He mentioned that it could be anything from a short, to failed sensors, to a bad FDCM. My issue is with them charging $100/hour to hunt for the problem, then paying them to fix it, especially since it is only 9k out of the bumper to bumper. This should really be covered under powertrain since it prevents me from using 4WD.
If you bought it new or if it's under 100,000 miles then it should be covered, I think. Ask Jeep Cares
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