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Go to your Jeep dealer and have them do a Proxy alignment.
The computers are not communicating properly.
Get a free battery check someplace and determine the battery "state of health".
Ask if they can do a free check for OBDII codes and give you the results.
Then you will be in a good position to deal with your Jeep dealer.
The Jeep dealer should connect a scan tool to your vehicle and print a VIP report.
There is something wrong with your Jeep and they need to figure out what it is.
If your ESS system works then your battery is probably ok.
Check the Uconnect screen and see if the heated seats are set to low or high.
Let us know what you find out, that is what this club is all about.
So much for watching football, lots of luck.
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