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Piece of **** Jeep

Three weeks ago I had to replace all brakes and rotors. $603.00. Two weeks ago I had to replace the passenger window motor. $560.00.
Yesterday the engine light came on. Looks like a thermostat. Code p1281. What's the deal? I change the oil every three months, have it serviced for fluids and generally take good care of this Jeep. But I would like to push it into a reservoir!

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Brakes are products that wear with time. Not avoidable.
Window motors or any other electrical item could stop working from the first day of replacement.
I don't remember any thermostat code working at the dealer.
I have been a Jeep person for 20 years. I love them.

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