Excess Effort May be Required to Engage the Rear Defroster Switch on Jeep Commander

Excess effort may be required to engage the rear defroster switch. This is commonly caused by flexing of the automatic temperature control housing. Our technicians tell us this can be corrected by securing the control housing using special screws available from Jeep dealers.

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