This is from the factory service manual: Liftgate Trim Panel.pdf
This is for the removal of the rear light bar: Reversing Lamp RI.pdf I noticed there is sometimes a squeaking noise from rubbing between the lightbar and the rear lift gate. Might want to check it. Pushing on the lightbar against the liftgate would sometimes produce the squeak. Another possibly squeak, is from the pano roof between the glass and the wheatherstripping, especially the rear end, cleaning & silicone spray lube fixes it.
I just reflashed the edge tonight. Same thing, but this time the car only ran for 6 or so seconds then died. Returned vehicle to stock map and running fine.
Not a good start guys lol. I didn't want to datalog with car running as its a brand new car and it did feel quite rough. I emailed Livernois but will likely call them tomorrow
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I can't really comment on the Grand Cherokee's reliability except the general Fiat Chrysler reliability in general, but the Grand Cherokee is more "Off-Road worthy" than any Edge. Since you have a Sport I don't think you are an off-road person, hence just look at it, test drive it (a long test drive, especially that you step son works there) & buy what you like more.
Has anyone ever tried tackling replacing the front wheel bearings on these cars? I know they are pressed in. Which isn't a problem I just have go get the correct kit to press them in and press the new ones back in. I'm just wondering if anyone has had any luck and if so what kit did you use. I know harbor frieght has a couple different kits. Any help would be greatly appriciated.
Hi everyone. New here and have a question.
We have a 2013 Edge Sport. Wife's son works at a Dodge dealer and wants to sell us a Grand Cherokee. I'm not to hot in the idea of buying a Fiat. Reliability issues are a major concern. Anyone have any experience with this model? I think a comparable Edge would be the better route to go.
I thought this too, not the case. The BdyCM controls voltage to the turn signal, there is no inner workings to the headlight assembly. The parking light wire in the headlight connector is only for the side marker. The turn wire goes straight through to the turn signal bulb to supply it with the two voltages for marker and turn.
I looked into this, but found out that the trailer light module is not there. According to the service manual, the trailer light module is located in the passenger rear quarter panel, above the cargo area light. I looked, all the wiring is there, but not the module. I didn't look into getting one, I had already wired in my own trailer light wiring to the factory plug location so wasn't too concerned about it.
But since the rest of it is there, if you plug in the module I don't see why it wouldn't work without any extra programming.