Originally Posted by ssteacher95
About to hit the trail for my first night drive and as I pulled out of my buddies garage he noticed some oil on the concrete. When we got under there we found oil leaking from the rear engine main seal and the right side differential inner tube seal was leaking. He told me his brother's 2013 Sport did the same thing. When I took it to dealer this morning the service manager was not surprised at all. The parts will take 5-7 days to get here and then it will be in the shop for a day. Really disappointed with the lack of quality on my Jeep, this is the 4th and 5th separate issue, it's all been fixed under warranty, but I haven't driven this thing for more than 3 months at a time before having to take it into the shop. It's my first Jeep and I'm hooked, but I'm not sure I'll be able to afford it after the warranty runs out.
I assume yours is a 2014? I am wondering just how widespread this issue is. I can't imagine Chrysler is very happy about this issue, since the 3.6 is used is almost every vehicle they make. They'll be bleeding money if this is a common problem.
I just noticed a puddle of oil under my 2014 6-speed manual yesterday, and it looks to me like it is the rear main seal, also.
Just curious, is yours a 6-speed manual?