From what I understand, there are two of these bushings. I am familiar with the one underneath the jeep. That one is pictured in photos above. It is difficult to get to because it is tucked up above the exhaust and the skid plate. You are just barely able to see it from under the jeep. If the exhaust is hot, I don't recommend trying to get to it. It is doable with no special tools. You shouldn't need to drop the skid plate.
The one above I am told is under the console. Thus the reason they had to dismantle the console. If it was under factory warranty within 36,000 miles or three years, there should be no charge for the repair. If it is under the extended warranty, anything you bring it in for will cost 100.00 or whatever your co-pay amount is. That has been my experience on cost of repairs. If it is out of warranty, do it yourself, or have a repair shop do it that you trust. I wouldn't bring it to the dealer outside of warranty.
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