For almost a week my dealership has been searching for the faulty wire that left my Jeep inoperable at Big Bend National Park. They finally found it and ordered a replacement harness. Since it’s not a part that is replaced often (or at all) it needed to come from Michigan, which took some time. Amazon can ship most things from anywhere in the United States to my front door in 48 hours but Jeep required 4+ days to ship some wires a few states over. I just find that odd. Any way, I’m pleased that Chrysler upheld my warranty and replaced the bad part. I’m sure a piece of electrical tape would have worked but I don’t want this issue to arise in the future. I celebrated by giving my Jeep a bath and knocking off all the dust from Big Bend.
This is a safe space, right? My name is Brad and I have death wobble. Or, should I say, had death wobble. My stock tie rod was frowning (bent) and was effecting the alignment of the Jeep. Like most Jeeps with death wobble it presented itself at road speeds of 35-55 mph. Any uneven or