definitely annoying
Typical Repair Cost:
No data
Average Mileage:
200 miles
Total Complaints:
1 complaints

Most common solutions:

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problem #1

Mar 102017

Wrangler Unlimited 3.6L

  • Manual transmission
  • 200 miles

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loose headlight loose headlight

Noticed at night that the beam from the headlights was shaky. At first I thought it might just be normal behavior for the LED headlights but eventually it bothered me enough that I looked closer & noticed one headlight was loose. Found the plastic bracket that surrounds the adjustment screw for aiming the headlight had cracked. Stupid design looks really easy for the plastic to break. In my case I bet the manufacturer headlight assembly wasn't done very carefully & the plastic bracket snapped as it was pushed onto the adjustment screw. My Jeep is still brand new & I haven't had the opportunity to hit anything yet.

The adjustment screw bracket is easy to see especially if you remove the front grille (just takes a minute or two). I tried hot glue as a temporary fix for now but I'm going to make a warranty claim at my first service visit & see what they do.

- Mike W., South Hero, VT, USA