2021 Jeep Cherokee SUV Braking System Malfunctions

In recent months, complaints about persistent braking system issues in the 2021 Jeep Cherokee SUV have cropped up. Customer complaints range from concerns about excessive brake fluid leakage to brakes that fail to engage properly. While the manufacturer has issued two safety recalls affecting this make and model, neither campaign addresses braking system problems. Jeep customers still await explanations and solutions to these recurring braking issues.

According to the driver of a 2021 Jeep Cherokee SUV, the emergency brake automatically engages while the vehicle was in tow mode, causing the rear tires to burn. Other Jeep customers have reported excessive leaking of brake fluid, necessitating caliper replacements—sometimes more than once. Reports of brakes that failed to engage when depressed have also been reported. For now, these concerned customers remain in the dark about how to permanently address and fix these persistent braking system failures.

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