The jeep runs great 32,000 miles but the key is stuck in the ignition and WILL NOT come out! also i noticed that the brake does not have to be mashed and i am able to pull it out of park!!! this is not right. i heard it may be a neutral safety switch. any info would be appreciated thank nichole
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Mine did this too....the latch kept getting stuck. If you put the key in the ignition and unlock the power doors, pull on the gate door (don't open it, just enough to release the latch), and it should come out so the hatch will latch.
Internal damage to ignition lock cylinder. A dealer will gladly replace this for you. (You NEED to take it to a dealer, lock and key cut codes are very sensitive information that can only be release with ID matching title)
Jeeps can be very reliable vehicles. I have seen Jeeps with well over 200,000 miles on the odometer. Keep in mind that reliability is only is as good as the maintenance kept up on it. Regularly scheduled maintenance is the key to a reliable vehicle no matter what brand of vehicle it is. Every vehicle has it's bugs and quirks, but if there is an issue you can have it repaired for free, if it's under warranty. They will notify you if they have any recalls on a particular problem area.
I hope this helps and congratulations.
shift interlock cable may be out adjustment or broken..you have to fcenter floor console around shifter..disconnect cable and move manually and see if key will come out..check cable attachment at shifter..there is an adjustment on this cable..pull up on lock on cable at shifter