Recalls are something that the government mandates for the manufacture to do. TSB's are something that the manufacture has found and gives the information to the dealer to reduce warranty costs. Sometimes they include updated parts or controller software. Sometimes they will be for information only to describe a normal condition. TSB's must have the symptom reproduced for the dealer, then they will do them under the provisions of the warranty. So if you are off warranty then you will have to pay.
Aftermarket warranty contracts are sketchy at best. They are sold by a insurance company and we know what they are like to deal with. Jeep/FCA warranty's are actually really good if you understand what your coverage is. But they are a gamble that you'll have a claim to make them worthwhile. If you want to buy one remember that the purchase price is negotiable. Dealers usually end up making more selling the warranty then they do on the vehicle. Phone your local Jeep dealer and get them to give you a quote. They can do it over the phone.
They key issue is good advice. I have 3 with the remote. And I have one regular "grey" key that I have for emergency. I deal with boaters and snowmobilers that lose keys regularly. They get towed in for a cut and program. I always ask "Don't you want 2, the programing charge is the same?" Usually they get one and that's what got them in trouble in the first place.
2014 JKU, JKS lift,Poison spyder flares, bombshell covers,Rancho D2 control arms, JKS adjustable track bars, 35" Tires. GrabBars, Crawler Conceptz rear bumper, Smitty front bumper, Winch. Rough Country inner fenders, Teraflex Disco Mud Flaps
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