Despite the fact that 63000 Wranglers have been recalled by Jeep, there are still some fixes that you can do to make sure that your Jeep does not fall victim to the problem. If you’re looking for ways to fix your Wrangler’s engine, then read on to find out what you can do.
Problem that causes the engine to shut off unexpectedly while the vehicle is in motion
Having a problem that causes the engine to shut off unexpectedly while the vehicle is in motion can be frustrating and dangerous. Thankfully, there are a few ways to avoid this occurrence.
One of the best ways to know if you are experiencing this problem is to have a diagnostic scanner scan your car for fault codes. An OBD2 scanner can be purchased online. You can also read fault codes at a local repair shop.
A problem that causes the engine to shut off unexpectedly is often a symptom of something much larger. Many cars have many different sensors that work together to keep the engine running smoothly. A failed MAF sensor, for instance, can mess up the air-fuel mixture. The same goes for a malfunctioning oxygen sensor.
One of the biggest mistakes you can make when it comes to auto repair is to try and fix a problem that is too small to fix. It is always better to have a professional do the job.
Symptoms of the problem
Symptoms of the problem in Jeep 63000 Wrangler is that the vehicle may have trouble starting, misfiring, or shutting down. These problems can cause a crash. If you have a problem with your vehicle, you should contact your local dealer to find out what the best course of action is. The best course of action may include a replacement fuel injector.
The check engine light is a common indicator that your car is having a mechanical problem. The lights are controlled by a powertrain control module. These modules are made up of a transmission control module and an engine control module.
The check engine light can indicate a problem with the ignition switch or the fuel pump. If the fuel pump is not working, the engine will stall. If the fuel pump is working, it may be clogged with debris. If the switch is faulty, the engine will turn over but not spark.
Some owners reported that the engine was stalling out. If the engine stalls, the fuel pump will not pressurize and the car will not start. The engine can also stall when the driver is not in the driving position.
Fixes that can be made
Earlier this year, a recall was issued for the Jeep Wrangler 4xe plug-in hybrid SUV. This vehicle has been reported to have problems with its engine shutting down unexpectedly while in motion. This issue is related to a software problem that is in the auxiliary hybrid control processor. This can lead to a loss of communication between the engine and the diagnostic system.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that the problem has been a contributing factor in two accidents, one with injury. The agency has also received numerous warranty claims and customer assistance records.
According to the NHTSA, the software issue first appeared on the assembly line. Affected vehicles will receive a software update to fix the problem. This is likely to involve updating the transmission control module’s calibration software.
Affected Jeep Wrangler 4xe models will be recalled between September 2, 2020 and August 17, 2022. This will affect 62,909 Wranglers.
Owners who have paid for the related repair will be able to get a refund. They can do this by submitting their repair receipts to Jeep. They will be notified by mail in early January 2023.
FCA US LLC investigation into the loss of motive power
During the past few months, FCA US LLC, the automaker’s US subsidiary, has been investigating the loss of motive power in Jeep Wranglers. According to reports, two accidents have been linked to the problem, as well as one injury. In addition, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is examining reports of sudden power loss in 2.3 million vehicles. This is potentially a serious issue for the manufacturers, as millions of vehicles are affected.
While FCA US hasn’t issued a stop-drive order, dealers are expected to update software in the transmission control module and auxiliary hybrid control processor. The company plans to reimburse owners for any work done. However, owners who paid to fix the issue must submit original receipts to the automaker to receive reimbursement.
Currently, Stellantis, the manufacturer of the Jeep, has not recalled any vehicles because of the problem. It has also stated that it is working internally to resolve the issue. In addition, the company has a plan to develop a plug-in version of all of its models by 2025.