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Unread 01-18-2014, 03:43 PM   #61
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I looked around when I had my transmission issues. I think I counted 7-10 people. That's out of 25,000 cars they sold.
How many of the 25,000 do you think are on this or other Jeep forums reporting this issue ?

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Unread 01-18-2014, 05:20 PM   #62
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Based on what facts ?
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I'm confident that the percentage of new KLs with issues is overall very small.
None whatsoever, personal opinion. Nor did I claim it anything else.
Are you feeling a little butthurt?
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Unread 01-18-2014, 08:56 PM   #63
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None whatsoever, personal opinion. Nor did I claim it anything else.
No, you stated it based on no facts.

[QUOTE=chris87xjAre you feeling a little butthurt? [/QUOTE]No, you were nice and used KY!
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Unread 01-18-2014, 10:27 PM   #64
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No, you stated it based on no facts.
I typically don't back up my opinions with whys. Rarely does the need justify the effort, so it'd be kinda silly. But feel free to disagree, it won't hurt my feelings.
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Unread 01-18-2014, 11:53 PM   #65
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I typically don't back up my opinions with whys. Rarely does the need justify the effort, so it'd be kinda silly. But feel free to disagree, it won't hurt my feelings.
Good. Now stop going around trying to hurt people's butts.
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Unread 01-19-2014, 07:31 AM   #66
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Based on what facts ?
What facts do you have that make you think otherwise?
Because I agree with him 100%. I guarantee you the Cherokees with issues is a tiny percent of the ones out there.
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Unread 01-19-2014, 08:10 AM   #67
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What facts do you have that make you think otherwise?
Because I agree with him 100%. I guarantee you the Cherokees with issues is a tiny percent of the ones out there.
guarantee? what, you got your own service department now????
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No, I have never put a modern car together and you haven't either.
However , millions have been put together without any problems. And to the other moron who commented on my post, you call your new car taking a dump @ 60 on the freeway a bug? Now who is delusional. I would call a bug the dome light not working or something minor, not your new car taking a dump on the freeway at 60. Obviously you have been raised with the expectation of new things having problems or breaking down, maybe you are young. I was raised at a time where when you bought something new, you had the expectation that because it was new, you would not have any problems. Isn't that why you buy new? Who here buys a car expecting there to be a problem ?
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Unread 01-20-2014, 11:57 AM   #69
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How do you know the manufacture date of your Cherokee and how do you know what transmission software is running in your car right now?
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Unread 01-20-2014, 10:25 PM   #70
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I was raised at a time where when you bought something new, you had the expectation that because it was new, you would not have any problems. Isn't that why you buy new? Who here buys a car expecting there to be a problem ?
That's the most BS statement I heard for a while. Their only promise to you is to fix problems; if they can't fix it, you can go after lemon law.

Why do you think there are so many recalls for millions of cars every each year?

You must be naive to believe a newly designed car would be problem free for all customers for the first year. It just doesn't work out that way.

You picked the short straw while thousands enjoy their vehicle as of now. Otherwise, Jeep wouldn't sell more vehicles for few weeks before fixing it .

I would be more concerned if they don't make reasonable attempt to fix your problem, give you a nice leased vehicle while it is in shop.
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Unread 01-21-2014, 07:12 AM   #71
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That's the most BS statement I heard for a while. Their only promise to you is to fix problems; if they can't fix it, you can go after lemon law.

Why do you think there are so many recalls for millions of cars every each year?

You must be naive to believe a newly designed car would be problem free for all customers for the first year. It just doesn't work out that way.

You picked the short straw while thousands enjoy their vehicle as of now. Otherwise, Jeep wouldn't sell more vehicles for few weeks before fixing it .

I would be more concerned if they don't make reasonable attempt to fix your problem, give you a nice leased vehicle while it is in shop.
Yep. I agree. It's not that hard to understand.

Thousands of other Cherokees out there are having no problems.
A small handful have issues and everyone freaks out. lol
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Unread 01-22-2014, 10:24 AM   #72
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To the two morons that copied my statement, I don't own one of these pieces of junk. Again, like I said "when I was raised". I am an old fart and when I was raised things were made to last , not with an expectation to break new.Why is that so hard to understand. I can only assume that you guys are young and were raised at a time where all new items have a life expectancy. I feel sorry for you.
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Unread 01-22-2014, 02:13 PM   #73
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To the two morons that copied my statement, I don't own one of these pieces of junk. Again, like I said "when I was raised". I am an old fart and when I was raised things were made to last , not with an expectation to break new.Why is that so hard to understand. I can only assume that you guys are young and were raised at a time where all new items have a life expectancy. I feel sorry for you.

So you are having butthurt for a vehicle you don't even have, incredible by any means.
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I like buying something; taking care of it, and keeping it for a long time because the real payoff comes once you've already got your money's worth out of it and it's still working. I've come to realize though that with the exponentially increasing rate at which technology evolves, that's no longer practical or logical for many things. If modern phone becomes an outdated antique in two years, who really needs one that lasts five. For better or worse, we've become a disposable society.
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To the two morons that copied my statement, I don't own one of these pieces of junk. Again, like I said "when I was raised". I am an old fart and when I was raised things were made to last , not with an expectation to break new.Why is that so hard to understand. I can only assume that you guys are young and were raised at a time where all new items have a life expectancy. I feel sorry for you.

Seriously. You're butt hurt as hell over something you don't even own. Lolpleasego.
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