Whatever your level of experience, we can help with your installation — and save you even more money. Today was day 10 and I had not heard from them so I called. They are still not working right. I had a problem where my car kept stalling. If the camera is good, there may be something wrong with the rearview system in the unit. I can't tell what radio station I'm on, can't see the time, can't see which disc or track I'm on, very frustrating.
The video above shows how to check for blown fuses in the engine bay of your 2008 Jeep Commander and where the fuse box diagram is located. You might even find that it's not as hard as you'd expected. I'm not the only person with these problems. But the day I went to the dealer I tried to set up a Sirius account to try a reboot but had to call them because they had all my info wrong at Sirius from the selling dealer. They said they had to disconnect the battery for 45 mins to reset it and now it works.
Just got back from the dealer this morning. There are a few different reasons for a car radio to stop working after the. They said it would take 7-10 working days for my radio to come in. Law firms often contact these sites for help with Class Action lawsuits. I've pulled my radios out many times and it has never lost the presets. Anyone know the cure for this? It saves you money, as you won't have to pay someone to do it, and most customers feel a great sense of accomplishment that makes the effort worth it. I was surprised to find that it did not clear out all my preset stations and my phone connected right away without have to pair it again like you would if it was a brand new device.
It was a safty nightmere!! Front passenger window goes down but the driver side which has controls to all the windows does not work for any of the windows. Looked on youtube about 6 people had the same problem with the same kind of Jeep Commander. Unfortunatly I had the same experience after a month of it working fine and could not access the bluetooth Uconnect menu at all. Out of nowhere the car began accelerating on its own to reaching speeds of 85 mph. . Just like the first time it happened. Turns out it is the solenoid wire which apparently has poor weather proofing and corrodes after some time.
Radio and head lights will go on. There was also a failure within the passenger side window, in which the window would roll down when the button was engaged to make the window roll up, and the interior dome lights would involuntarily turn on and off. Unfortunatly I had the same experience after a month of it working fine and could not access the bluetooth Uconnect menu at all. It rained a couple of days ago and the radio was fine and now no sound. There may be cases that the volume setting for some features of the stereo has been closed. Not to mention I had to reprogram everything again.
I have tried everything from the wiring in door panel, wiring in foot panel and everything else that was suggested, It all finally came to an end one the fuses were removed. Then we started to notice during the rainy season that water would enter into our car. I'm going to go back out and see if there's any change. I was able to make it to the side of the road and was very shaken up. Front windshield leaks and lets in too much air. Now today the check engine turn on and also the oil in the dashboard behind the steering wheel.
Bought this car used with 93k miles on in. We have found that if the customer keeps a log or notes on when the problem does occur, this can assist the dealer in diagnosing the problem. No wonder they discontinued this vehicle. When an alternator does quit charging,it takes about as long as you described for a battery in good condition,to discharge,and the vehicle stops running. I should not have to pay for repairs since it is a defect.
This happened to me once and the delete-re-pair cured it. Thank you again for your email. Now I need to bring it in and pay for this fix out of pocket so that I have a source of transportation for my family. Any specific information you are able to provide relative to when a certain problem appears, will help the dealer to perform prompt diagnosis and repairs. Bottom line: if you want a Jeep Commander, you're better off looking at a later model year. The vehicle was able to be restarted. To fully diagnose the problem only requires a battery charger and a volt meter.
Since the presence of the burning odor, the air conditioner no longer functioned. Any ideas on how to manually reboot or reset so I don't have to drag it into the dealer? When power to the radio is cut, the feature kicks in, and when power is returned, the unit is basically bricked until you enter a specific code. My passenger window had to be fixed it kept sticking halfway up. It's the plight of the 1st-generation adopter: you get the newest and shiniest in exchange for a handful of issues that get ironed out in future versions. The compass, I'm not sure about, I haven't seen that before. Can't find where it comes from.
The truck will start if it is jumped. Unless the dealer is able to duplicate the problem, he cannot properly diagnose the concern and properly repair your car. The vehicle was not taken to be repaired. Everything worked fine on my 430n for the first month of ownership, and all of a sudden the uconnect won't connect to my phone. I was also told that there was a waiting list of approx 1,700 customers waiting for this part and several hundred, like me couldn't drive their car. Not to mention I had to reprogram everything again.