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Old 10-06-2018, 01:11 AM
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Recall issues with dealership

2 weeks ago I brought my 2010 Wrangler in to have 3 recalls performed. Clockspring, passenger airbag and transmission guard. I have had NO issues with the Jeep prior to bringing it in. The day after I got my Jeep back the ABS, Brake, Traction Control and ESP/BAS lights came on when I got about 20 yards away from my house. They come on almost every time I drive the Jeep now. Every once in a while they don’t come on. Again, this had never happened before work was done. I bought it back and they said it was the ABS module because it threw a C2200 code but I don’t think they looked into why it threw this code. Has anyone experienced this problem in conjunction with the clockspring recall? I know it may involve the steering angle sensor or even the clockspring itself. I’m supposed to meet with the service manager and mechanic on Monday to discuss this. They don’t want to own up to anything that they did but want me to start throwing parts at it in hopes it fixes it.

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Check your battery terminals to see if they are loose. When I say loose, grab them with some force, twist and try to see if they move. If they move a little bit, tighten them till they dont move at all. Just a little bit of movement will cause gremlins to appear. I had to get some Lynx Battery Terminal End and Adapters to make my battery post thicker for my 2012 when I had it.

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Check your battery terminals to see if they are loose. When I say loose, grab them with some force, twist and try to see if they move. If they move a little bit, tighten them till they dont move at all. Just a little bit of movement will cause gremlins to appear. I had to get some Lynx Battery Terminal End and Adapters to make my battery post thicker for my 2012 when I had it.
I’ve already checked and rechecked the battery cables. I had put new battery clamps on last year. The issues stated above have show up after recall was done.
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Well - sounds like you're going back to the dealer to get this resolved...
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