Tracing its roots back to WWII, the jeep and its numerous variants helped the US military navigate rough terrain throughout Europe and the Pacific. Reintroduced as an automobile brand by Willys-Overland Motors in 1945, the Jeep trademark is now owned today by Stellantis, a multinational conglomerate in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The Jeep Trail Rated models are known for its rugged outdoor capabilities and has amassed a popular following among outdoor enthusiasts. However, Jeeps are plagued by various problems, preventing owners from going anywhere and doing anything. Common Jeep problems include, engine, transmission, electrical (TIPM totally integrated power module), and the infamous death wobble.
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