Jeep Compass Problems
RepairPal has identified the most common problems with the Jeep Compass based on complaints from actual vehicle owners. We'll tell you what the problem is and what it'll take to fix it.
A clicking or scraping sound may be noted from the clutch pedal area when turning the steering wheel in the full down tilt position. Our technicians tell us the clutch switch stop flag may require modification to correct this concern.
A squeak noise may be noted when applying or releasing the clutch pedal. Our technicians tell us that lubricating the clutch master cylinder push-rod ball socket should correct the concern.
Clutch pedal "push back" may be felt towards the end of the pedal travel. The repair may involve removing the pedal arm "over-center" spring.
Incorrect fault codes may set in the transmission control module (TCM) resulting is misdiagnoses. The TCM software should be checked for the latest updates before diagnosing stored fault codes.