Hi all, second Wrangler here. My 2019 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon JL has 12K miles on it since new. Two months ago, the vehicle exhibited massive failures of what seems to be electrical issues. While driving at highway speeds, the electronic throttle warning came on, the antiskid, vehicle stability control, check engine light, among others came on. This also happened while driving on a twisty mountain road in the Sierras, and the steering went stiff, the engine reduced power nearly causing a bad accident. The vehicle has been in for this issue 5 times now, and each time it returns. Frankly, I don't feel safe driving it, to say nothing of taking it to a remote area! I've contacted Chrysler FCA several times now. My case manager elevated the case to dispute resolution, but they kicked it back to her. Now she's too busy to call me or talk about the issue. We have been without our Jeep now for going on six weeks. Extremely disappointed at FCA's lack of response or technical help to the dealer who has been working on it, or is trying to anyway. Oh, and they just got another one in with the same problem, it would seem that this is an engineering design error in the JL So beware, this vehicle could kill you if this happens. Pull off the road and call a tow truck. And don't expect FCA to help you with the problem. Probably going to have to go the legal route to get this resolved.