In recent months, a slew of concerning reports about braking system issues in 2017-2018 Jeep Cherokee SUV vehicles have arisen. Jeep customers have reported recurring braking system issues, such as electronic parking brake functions engaging on their own and without warning, faulty brake sensor, and brake pedals that do not respond (or simply fall to the floor when depressed). Although the manufacturer has issued five safety recall campaigns so far, many customers continue to experience ongoing and persistent braking system failures without clear explanations or solutions.
According to the owner of a 2017 Jeep Cherokee SUV, their electronic parking brake (EPB) function has misfired on several occasions. The driver noted that the EPB engaged by itself while the driver was pulling the SUV into the driveway. Suddenly, the EPB engaged and would not release. The dealership determined that the EPB was defective, but no explanation was provided. Other reports of malfunctioning EPBs and brake pedals that suddenly become unresponsive continue to arise from concerned drivers in need of clear answers and permanent fixes.
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