Nuthin wrong here, other than self inflicted problems.
"You're more awesome than a monkey wearing a tuxedo made out of bacon riding a cyborg unicorn with a lightsaber for the horn on the tip of a space shuttle closing in on Mars while engulfed in flames."
2012-JKU Sport S(23S), Manual, 3.73 gears w/LSD, TF leveling kit w/Discos, MB TKO 15" Rim w/Falken Rocky Mountains 33X12.50X15, Bestop High Rock High Access Front Bumper....too many other small things to list.
09 JK, 38000+ miles, only problems have been the rad fan motor, packed with mud twice, been under water SEVERAL times but never to the dealership for any repairs. still going, ready for another long trip.
What you have to remember is that this is the most dedicated group of people. Jeep is over 70 yrs old. Try and say that with other vehicles. Not many make that claim. Here is also where we all come to do a little Q and A and chat with others to improve and fix our jeeps. Go and find a group of people passionate about their Kia. (I got a thing about Kia). The point that is well over looked some days is the fact that there are more "Good jeep days than Bad." Everytime anyone of us get into our jeeps we smile and go looking for a mud puddle even a small one to play in. I never get tired of my jeep.
2011 Sahara Unlimited and a 2011 Cosmo Blue Sahara 2dr
The End of the World is coming. Sorry about your luck if you don't own a jeep.
I think it's easy to get a skewed sense of any vehicle by reading its associated forums. Forum members are a bit OCD. You'll see threads with hundreds of posts about issues that "normal" owners would hardly notice.
Also, forums are a community, so when something more significant happens to a member's ride, you'll see HUGE response rates. It's easy to leave with the belief that the issue is more indemic than it actually is.
My two cents
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2013 JK Sport, Dozer, Auto, 3.5 AEV lift, Nitto 35s, Black Rock D909S Wheels, AEV bumper, PIAA lights, Wet Okoles, FlowMaster 40, G2 Diff Covers, K&N, Springfield XD 40 ...