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Old 11-12-2019, 08:05 PM
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Turning the wheel | idling in park causes a stall / hesitation

2014 JK Jeep - While in Park, idling, turning the wheel to the right or left a little makes the engine starts to stall / run rough. If I straighten out the wheel quickly the engine idles fine again.

This all started after the Jeep overheated and under warranty so I took it to the dealership who had it for a few days and could not find any issues. I picked it up and drive off the lot and the Jeep overheated less than 400 yards out of the lot. Again they found no issue after a couple more days and so I picked it up and I didn't have anymore over heating issues. But then this issue started and so I brought it back to the dealership showed them the issue and they said it was a plug & coil which isn't under warranty so I paid, picked up the jeep but again that didn't fix the issue.They then said it needed a fuel injection cleaning so I paid again, picked it up and yea that didn't fix the issue. They then said all of the plugs needed to be replaced & they would cover the one they replaced but it would be $1K to do the rest.

Air Filter replaced
All 6 plugs replaced with Champion
All coils have been replaced
Fuel Injection Cleaning

No codes are showing and I'm going crazy! Any and all help is greatly appreciated.

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2014 JK Jeep - While in Park, idling, turning the wheel to the right or left a little makes the engine starts to stall / run rough. If I straighten out the wheel quickly the engine idles fine again.

This all started after the Jeep overheated and under warranty so I took it to the dealership who had it for a few days and could not find any issues. I picked it up and drive off the lot and the Jeep overheated less than 400 yards out of the lot. Again they found no issue after a couple more days and so I picked it up and I didn't have anymore over heating issues. But then this issue started and so I brought it back to the dealership showed them the issue and they said it was a plug & coil which isn't under warranty so I paid, picked up the jeep but again that didn't fix the issue.They then said it needed a fuel injection cleaning so I paid again, picked it up and yea that didn't fix the issue. They then said all of the plugs needed to be replaced & they would cover the one they replaced but it would be $1K to do the rest.

Air Filter replaced
All 6 plugs replaced with Champion
All coils have been replaced
Fuel Injection Cleaning

No codes are showing and I'm going crazy! Any and all help is greatly appreciated.
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I would stop taking it to that dealer. And personally I would not take it to ANY dealer unless it is being fixed under warranty. I would suggest you find a qualified independent shop, one who knows what they are doing and isn't trying to rip you off.

Should I ask how much they charged you to poor a bottle of fuel injector cleaner into the gas tank?
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$190 fuel injection cleaning SMH
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What’s condition of your belts?
Power steering pump? Could be a bearing going bad/partially seized.
Could be steering gearbox, I suppose.

Although if all that was dragging the engine, your belts would show signs of extreme wear.
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Did that dealer even think of checking out the belt and steering pump? What does an injector have to do with steering… kind of curious what school their mechanics went to
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I did not mentioned in the post: When I turn the wheel to the right / left, the engine starts to stall or hesitate. If I quickly straighten out the wheel the engine will be fine. However if I do not straighten out the wheel the engine starts to miss-fire big time like if it were running on 4 cylinders and the check engine light comes on. I try to limp home by going real slow and if I do go a too fast the check engine light then flashes.

Once parked for a little bit the miss-firing, running extremely rough and the check engine light all goes away. After that the Jeep runs fine (so I think) unless I turn the wheel right / left and don't either accelerate or straighten out the wheel then the check engine light comes on and it runs extremely rough possibly miss-firing again. Last night this happened again and today the Jeep is still running extremely rough.


The codes I am getting are:
P0306 (swapped cylinder 6 coil & Plug with cylinder 1 Coil & Plug. Code went away and came back so not the coil or plug)
P2317
P1622
P1128
P0132

I also was getting but has not come back:
P0455
P0441

Parts replaced:
Air Filter
Coils and Plugs (plug gaped ck twice)
Gas Cap
EVAP Purge Valve
(Fuel injection cleaning service)

Head stamp:
3013A
05120
011000

Jeep was MFG in Nov 2013
Head was MFG Oct 28, 2013

Could I have a bad head that had all the issues? P0306 (P0304, P0302) was the codes for replacing the drivers side head due to the head issue and Jeep extended the warranty on those to 100K because of of all the issues.

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