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It is leaking water from the rear little mirow inside and flooring on top of the dash just in the center. So now it has another leak of water from the right arm the one that help you get inside that have a handle. I went to a windshield shop and they do a text and suposley it is ok. I notice that when is happen is how you park the jeep. If the area you park it is in lever nothing happen. So I just wan to know if you know how to fix this or give my sun advice about it.
At first when it started and i drove it, it just starting to buk I turned it off and restarted it and it cleared the problem. But now she won't go past 35 mph and is buking . Turning it off and then started it up again problem still persist please help
how do you bleed the rear brakes
A P0300 diagnostic code indicates a random or multiple misfire.

I have a 2007 Jeep commander 4.7 V8, with 10300 miles. The Random miss firing just recently started, we started by putting the fuel injector cleaner in it. Nothing happen. Then we replaced the spark plugs to make sure that was not an issue, while doing that we check the fuel injector, “Autozone said it was most likely the fuel injectors,” and looked new. Once completed the light turned off, that same day the check engine light came back on for random miss firing P0300 code. The next step I took was to take it to a jeep dealership service shops. Paid the $125 for the to diagnosis it P0300 code to figure out what exactly it was. They say it was to lower O2 sensor change that was causing the problem. We change both of those. That Didn’t fix the issue either. Today Contact the jeep dealership service center and they said that I would have to repay the $125. Need some suggestion on what do to nexts. Help pleases?
Engine buck/misfire at all speeds, no fault codes. Poor fuel performance. Replaced most sensors on engine, no improvement.
2006 jeep commander, washed motor,tried to restart hard to restart but got it. Now esp,bas,and traction light is on and trans won't shift out of gear down the road
so the car feels like it is dragging and I followed the instrcutions to take it out of 4wd low. When I did that it displayed service 4wd
at low speed when first start and drive , grinding noise left front wheel, vehicle seems as
if not in gear.
It makes a knocking noise. I have had my tires rotated and balanced, but it still makes the noise.
What needed:
Trans Lines leaking
Trans Flush
4 x 4 Service
Tune up services are due
Front & Rear Differential

Service Code reads:
0 miles to service
Trying to find best repair for vehicle that woun't take advantage or make unnecessary repairs or problems?
Shifted from reverse into drive quickly without pressure on the accelerator. Unfamiliar grinding noise and lurch motion prior to acceleration. First time occurrence.
I left kholes today when I got in my commander I turned the key and it acted like it was trying to start, but shook made some grinding and pop sound.then would die.... Well i have to try to start it 5 to 7 times before it actually will start...... Also after it happen the first time when it took five times to start it started overheating on my way home. Can anyone give me any help I literally just bought this car today and paid all cash out of money my dad left after he passed recently...
My key got stuck and I turned it over pretty hard to switch it over on and it broke. Shouldn't the key be included in replacement?
In Addition to the transmission over-temp warning I have on two occasions had the Jeep crank but run so rough that the whole vehicle shakes, on several other occasions it starts a little rough then just cuts off.
I get going every day going from store to dropping off the the kids at day care the first time I start the car its great the second time not so much it feels like pre ignition but more like post ignition I'm stumped can't tell if it's mass air flow sensor or something other email I hope you can help thank you.
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