My point was I feel with 36k on a newer vehicle the transmission shouldn't need replaced unless it was being "over worked" or driven hard,which it has not been.My wife drives it. Yes she had a 2014 fusion and we purchased this jeep because it was in our price range for more room with our three year old,and I have a '14 superduty.So yea I've had three newer vehicles the rest have been older or off-road rigs etc. The car has performed well up until this point. Does anyone know why jeep has had the issues with their transmissions in these years?
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I had one that I bought brand new and had about 1700 miles on it (and it was a 2015) and they replaced the transmission and I had not overworked it. You should get a much better transmission now and enjoy the vehicle for many more miles hopefully. Jeep has made some improvements on the transmissions now, but many on here who have 2014's and have a lot of miles on them without one problem. Some times with a used vehicle you obviously don't know how the previous owner drove the vehicle, but it may not have been "over worked", just a faulty transmission that developed a "faulty part" in it--these 9 speed transmissions are a very complicated piece of machinery. I am happy for you that they are replacing it.
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