2015 Jeep Wrangler Check Engine Light Malfunction
When you are driving, you rely on dashboard alerts to let you know if there are any issues with your vehicle that need your attention. However, there are times when these lights come on spontaneously, even when there is no problem with your car. It can be a hassle to have your car checked out, then have the alert dismissed by the mechanic or manufacturer, only to have it reappear again. Recently, several complaints have arisen regarding this very issue for drivers of the 2015 Jeep Wrangler. Consumers are struggling with faulty check engine lights in particular, with no immediate or apparent fixes to these overactive alerts.
One driver reported that the check engine light came on once the car reached a speed of 70 miles per hour, but then disappeared after ten miles of traveling at this speed. When a diagnostic test was run, it revealed a cylinder 6 misfire. Even though the part was replaced, the light continued to behave in an erratic manner. Similar complaints detail that the check engine light frequently comes on and off, without any apparent connection to an actual problem.
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