Complaints about 2010-2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee vehicles flooded in, mostly about cars that would not start or that suffered from major engine troubles. It is likely that a defective Totally Integrated Power Module (TIPM), which is responsible for circulating power to the vehicle’s electronic components, led to a chain reaction of malfunctions.
Multiple users report trouble starting their Jeep Grand Cherokees, as if the engine will not turn over. Another consumer noted that after an odd sound began in the engine, white smoke began to appear and the motor overheated. In this instance, no warning lights appeared, and the alternator had experienced a shorted diode. Still more drivers reported times when they were traveling on a highway when the engine completely cut out, causing them to scramble to safety on the side of the road. Similar problems affecting the engine and electrical systems affected many other hundreds of consumers.
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