I have the same exact problem with my 2005 Jeep grand cherokee I leave it sitting at the airport for 3-4 days and does the same thing, loud grinding noise only in reverse, tried leaving it 3-4days again and went in drive not reverse and no noise, just had an inspection and front brakes done, not the back ones.. did you figure it out what the problem is?
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That is probably a fault with the sensor that detects a person sitting in the seat. That sensor is there so that if no one is in the seat and you have an accident the air bag won't go off. You need to take this to a dealer as it requires special tools to re-calibrate the sensor once it is replaced.
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Our 2005 Grand Cherokee V6 Diesel has suddenly started to flatten battery if left unstarted for about two days. Had a new battery installed two months ago which tests out okay.Any ideas where the leakage might be occurring
Ditto here on a 2005 jeep. We bought it new and found the battery dead on a few mornings the first year. Nothing left on. Did the new alternator thing about 2 yrs. ago and a few batteries along the way. This is what we noticed..... If you leave a CD in the CD player, that is the prime little devil that sucks out the juice. Now, we never turn off the car while a CD is in the dash. Now, maybe not necessary every time, but always overnight and now by habit, all the time, we make sure there is no CD inserted when the car is off. Hope this helps.