My 2002 Jeep Wrangler Sport was purchased new in January
2002. Between January 2002 and June 2006 this supposedly "Trail Ready" 4x4 endured: five-5 factory recalls, two-2 sets of front brake roto
2002. Between January 2002 and June 2006 this supposedly "Trail Ready" 4x4 endured: five-5 factory recalls, two-2 sets of front brake rotors,replacement of both front sway bar links (this vehicle never went off-road), replacement of the fuel sending unit, replacement of the O2 sensor, a blown head gasket, replacement of both front turn signal housings two-2 times and eleven-11 front turn signal bulbs (the front turn signalsare mounted in the front fenders - the tire spray in wet conditions fills the inadequately sealed turn signal housings). This vehicle had all regular service performed by Park Jeep under the purchsed service plan. All things considered the vehicle was a POS, the dealer (and Chrysler's) response was to ask me if I wanted to trade in for a different Chrysler product. I responded by buying a Ford Van! Prior to this, I had been a loyal "MOPAR" fan owning nothing but Plymouth and Dodge products until this Jeep - never again. Granted the dealer did not build the product, unfortunately they were just stuck supporting a product that was not subjected to quality engineering for material selection, assembly or design prior to its delivery to the dealership.