It is not the headlight. Remember it first happened with just a little over 200 miles on it and I owned it for just over 1 week. Then it happened at 3,600 miles. It was OK in between. Car has not even had it's first service. I have found a video on YouTube that shows what happens and suggested to the mechanic that he look at it to give him an idea of what I see. He never did... I also mentioned the video to the Sales Manager and he said to me:" you know, you have to be careful what you look at on youtube", I responded in a very angry tone and said "Don't,just don't" and walked away...I am so done ...Customer service gave me a number and a case manager who almost 1 week later I have not spoken too. I will never own another Jeep. I am not the only one with this problem. The issue is that other people don't always take their car into the dealer right away and have documentation to support their complaint. People also need to know to file their complaints on the NHTSA government site. If enough car complaints show up there, they sometimes encourage car manufacturers to issue recalls. I have learned lots this past week that I never really wanted to learn. Maybe if I keep talking about it, it will help someone else. Eventually this car will strand me again because it is not repaired. I was so excited to get this car. Yes, it is Red with the Black top! Really sharp looking. I love the heated steering wheel, the seats get too hot,though. The panoramic sunroof is amazing. Sigh...
An angry tone, a snarly remark, and walking away. Yup, that must be the way to get them on your side.
So something is causing your battery to run down? That happens. Electrical problems can be tricky to diagnose. Usually a dealer is your best help because they've got access to the dealer network and if anyone else has had the problem, they'll know about it. If your problem is uncommon, your dealer will eventually find the problem. Tracking a power drain is tedious and time-consuming, but its a lot easier on something new than something with a zillion miles on it. Fortunately you are under warranty and its FCA's dime.
However, you get them POed at you and you'll have to go the arbitration route (presently, you're a long way from lemon territory). They tell the arbitrator that, yeah, you had a problem, but blew them off when they were willing to fix it. You won't have a snowball's chance on a summer sidewalk with an arbitrator.
Swallow your pride, apologize, admit your frustration, and if you're lucky they'll again try to work on it.