Hello, I have a 2013 Jeep Wrangler, which was purchased as a used vehicle at 28,000 miles. At the time, I purchased 3 warranties (Mopar, Chrysler Jeep Extended, and Warranty Solutions.
Aside from other things that have been sent to the dealership for manufacturer defects, I have recently (at 92,000 miles) had a rear right caliper seize up (without any notice). Blessedly, we had to stop at a red light and began to pull off when the light turned green. At that moment, the right rear caliper seized and broke the right rear brakes, damaged the shoes, tore into the rim and broke the rim and blew a whole into the right tire. I had to have the car towed to the dealership.
They said that their warranties would not pay, but Warranty Solutions (3RD warranty) would pay for the actual caliper (NOT the caliper bolts needed to install the caliper) and cover the labor to reinstall the caliper. They said they would not cover the consequential damage (other parts and labor). I got several different quotes to fix all the damage from the dealer.
After running around and buying the parts (rim, tire, right rear brakes), I still had to pay for the caliper bolts, bleeding of the brakes and associated labor of 285.00. Should they have covered all the damage?
Product or Service Mentioned: Warranty Solutions Car Warranty.
Reason of review: Warranty issue.
Monetary Loss: $1000.
Preferred solution: Full refund.