SERVICE BULLETINS ARE NOT A WARRANTY ITEM FOR VEHICLES OUT OF WARRANTY. “Preventive” service repairs will generally not be performed under warranty during the normal warranty period if a vehicle is not exhibiting the particular symptom or problem. TSB’s are not recalls. If you ask your dealer to perform the modification outside of the warranty period, expect to pay for the labor and parts.
The following Service Bulletin data is provided strictly for informational purposes only, to assist owners to find out if a particular problem they may be experiencing with their vehicles has been addressed with a factory service bulletin. Complete detailed information is not given for every bulletin. If a listed problem or symptom is present or suspected, owners should consult their authorized Jeep service department for the latest up to date bulletins and proper procedures. Repairs, adjustments or modifications described in these TSB’s should be done by qualified service personnel only, especially when relating to safety and drivability issues. For a detailed explanation of TSB’s, see this article from Edmunds.com: You, Your Vehicle and the Technical Service Bulletin.
Service Bulletin numbering
Example: TSB # 18-009-04A
Category (1st 2 digits)
Bulletin sequence (Middle 2 or 3 digits)
Year issued (Last 2 digits)
Revision (Letter at end)
Bulletin numbering: The first two digits of all TSB numbers represent the category group. The middle two (or three) digits denote the category issue sequence, while the last two represent the calendar year in which the TSB was issued. In the example above, bulletin # “18-009-04” is in the “Performance” category, and was the 9th Chrysler TSB released for this category in calendar year 04. A letter at the end, as in “18-009-04A”, designates a revision and or update, and supersedes the prior bulletin.
About the table – The table below lists every TSB issued for all 2006-up Jeep Commander models (XK and XH series). Bulletins are listed in Group order, and within the Group by issue date from oldest to newest.Applicable model year: – The model year for which a given TSB applies is listed with an “X” in the table. Note that some repairs or technical information may be applicable to only a small number of vehicles and/or vehicles or parts built before or after certain dates. This information is listed on the actual bulletins. In rare cases bulletins may describes issues or conditions that may be present on model years not specified.
00 Newest BulletinsNOTE – Includes all bulletins released through: October 12, 2010