I see two separate issues there, from your pictures. One if a shifter issue (well known for this Jeep), and the other is either a dying battery or a bad connection, possibly a ground strap or maybe even loose battery connectors, which are also known issues with this Chreokee.
First thing you should do is have the battery tested. Find a shop that will do this for little (or no) money, not at a dealership... unless you trust they won't overcharge you. Dying batteries can cause all kinds of weird problems in this Jeep, up to stalling.
Hi Everyone, I could use your help here. I bought this Jeep a couple years ago and it has caused me problems ever since. Especially in winter. It likes to stall after being driven for awhile and then randomly cycle through a ton of error messages. Then you have to wait about 30min to an hour to...
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