I have a 2007 Jeep Wrangler X with a 3.8L V6 engine with 33,500 miles.
The vehicle is burning a quart to two quarts of oil every 1000 miles. The dealer did a ?consumption test? i.e. looked at the dip stick, then checked again after a 1000 miles. When they checked again, they said it was about a quart low, but Chrysler says that is normal and won?t investigate it or recommend any repairs. When I checked the dip stick, it was at least a quart and a half low.
My mechanic says this is crazy for a fairly new vehicle to be burning this much oil. He also stated that is destroying the catalytic converter. How can I get Chrysler to fix this problem?