Carbon Monoxide is poisonous and can cause serious injury or death when inhaled. Just today it happened twice within 15 minutes so I pull over, put it in neutral and wait for it turn off to do the same thing 15 minutes later. Treated this vehicle with lots of care and so did previous owner. If those two lines are your only problem, just spend the money and replace them or take it to the dealer. I would prefer to spend the 45-50 bucks with original lines. I spoke to a mechanic who checked the transmission fluid level, which was good, but he advised that it smelled burnt.
Upper radiator hose was cracked. If this outlet is mishandled, it may cause an electric shock and failure. Ralph answered 8 months ago Id also like to join the class action law suit transmision light comes almost all the time on me and my wife and son in the car over heats quite oftem ive tried multiples times sucks when your in az temps during summer having to turn car off with no ac 2012 jeep compass is a garbage Cj answered 7 months ago My 2010 Patriot just did this today. The transmission fluid was low due to a leak in the transmission pan. And I enjoy the smooth acceleration of this car. I got the transmission over temp message coming home and pulled over about 15 minutes later, left the jeep started, tried every gear while parked all seemed well, opened the hood and checked out the transmission fluid. Always going about 75-80 when the transmission light comes on and forcefully slows us to 40 and stops accelerating.
It only has 45,000 miles. I never replaced a transmission on my Chevy Tahoe which made it to 296,000 miles before I traded it in!! In other cases drivers have reported decreased fuel economy. And for the past year I have had several issues with the vehicle stalling when I am decelerating or stalling when at a complete stop. The first time was around 89,000; today 105,000. Torque refers to the amount of power the 07 Jeep Compass transmission uses to actually turn the gears. Conditions on the road trip were hot temperatures outside 80-90 degrees, Air conditioning was on, and traffic was moving at 60-70 mph constant. The second recall affects all Compass and Patriot vehicles built from May 6, 2008, to July 20, 2012, as part of 2010-12 model years.
Can't remember exactly what it said because it went away within a matter of seconds. Your tranny is on it's way out. Chrysler would not complete the repairs until we agreed to share in the cost. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure. I have had this problem with my Jeep Patriot for the past several years, leading to thousands of dollars in repairs, none of which resolve the issue. He told me to get a power transmission flush at a dealer or transmission shop to see if that would take care of the problem.
If there's a lawsuit how do we join? In addition, the contact also stated that there was a fuel odor emitting from the vehicle. An automatic transmission switches between gears automatically and the driver does not have to do anything. There needs to be a recall and I want my money back. I took it to the dealership and they ran the diagnostics. Registration does remove some of the ads! I do a lot of over the road traveling, so this is a major issue for me.
Pusher fan is what I was implying on an auxiliary cooling fan. All the hear seems to be coming out from the radiator or where that big fan is blowing. I never replaced a transmission on my Chevy Tahoe which made it to 296,000 miles before I traded it in!! The dealer replaced it under warranty. Judyb2d2 answered 10 months ago I likewise am having the same problem with my 2012 Jeep patriot. I tend to think not only because the hose stays soft. I live in florida its hot already but I have never had issues. Close the lid when not in use.
I then cautiously drove at 78 mph on a 90 degree day for 100 miles. While this coverage does not apply to problems caused due to improper maintenance, it does include many major transmission problems. Only time it doesnt knock is after ive gained speed and put cruise control on. I had traveled approx 2 hours at 75 mph. Just a thought, anyone checked the cooler and lines for a restriction?.
To avoid serious injury or death: Do not use a three-prong adaptor. I took my Jeep to the dealer and mechanic recommended changing out the transmission fluid and filter at about 80000 miles. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic where it was advised that the transmission needed T be replaced. The vehicle was repaired but the failure recurred. The lead service tech was straight forward, but the service manager and the service writer were crooks. I'm not sure heat has anything to do with it since I live in Buffalo New York and was driving home from Mt.