2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Problems and Top Complaints – Is Your Car A Lemon?

Steering, Electrical, Engine and Transmission issues among the top complaints received by the NHTSA from vehicle owners

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When consumers look for a family-friendly SUV, many of them rely on the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee. It’s been an American icon for years, and stands on a solid reputation for quality and reliability, until recently. New models of the Grand Cherokee claim the company is “Raising the Bar.” Sadly, we can’t agree with that, unless you think that defects with the electrical system, powertrain, fuel system or vehicle speed control help to set the vehicle apart from the rest.

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Problems with the Transmission

The powertrain consists of every part of a car that helps it to generate power and transfer it to the road. One vital part of this system is the transmission. It’s responsible for moving the power from the engine to the wheels. When the transmission isn’t reliable, you are left with rough shifting and a terrible ride. That’s what drivers of the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee continue to find.

One driver wrote this on Edmunds, “At 5,000 miles transmission started jerking.  Brought it in and they said it needed a software update.  At 8,300 miles transmission failed.   Very disappointed in quality.”

While the company didn’t have a lot to say about this problem, there was a recall related to the transmission. NHTSA Campaign Number 18V280000 discusses how an incorrect transmission park lock rod in the transmission stops the vehicle from being put in Park. What we’ve learned so far is that the Grand Cherokee either won’t go or won’t park – it doesn’t sound like you can get this SUV to do much that you want. It’s like trying to get a two-year-old out of a toy store.

Here are some actual complaints logged with the NHTSA about the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Transmission Problems:

TL* THE CONTACT LEASED A 2018 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE. THE CONTACT STATED THAT WHILE THE VEHICLE WAS PARKED, THE VEHICLE ROLLED AWAY IN REVERSE 5 MINUTES LATER AND CRASHED INTO A NEIGHBORS VEHICLE. NO AIR BAGS DEPLOYED. THE DEALER WAS NOTIFIED OF THE FAILURE. THE VEHICLE WAS TO BE TOWED TO THE DEALER FOR FURTHER TESTING TO DETERMINE THE CAUSE OF THE FAILURE AND THE CONTACT MENTIONED THAT THEY FELT UNSAFE IN THE VEHICLE. THE VEHICLE WAS NOT INCLUDED IN NHTSA CAMPAIGN NUMBER: 18V280000 (POWER TRAIN) BUT THE VEHICLE EXHIBITED THE SAME FAILURE AS THE RECALL CAMPAIGN. THE MANUFACTURER WAS NOTIFIED OF THE FAILURE. THE APPROXIMATE FAILURE MILEAGE WAS 10,000.

TRANSMISSION PROBLEMS. THE TRANSMISSION SHIFTS ARE PRONOUNCED, CAUSE THE SUV TO JERK AND FEEL JUMPY. THIS CONDITION IS SPORADIC, AND CAN CHANGE BASED ON MODE – NORMAL, ECO OFF, SPORT . BESIDES CAUSING A CHOPPY RIDE, THE CONDITION IS CONCERNING BECAUSE SOME SHIFTS THAT CAUSE THE VEHICLE TO JERK ARE ACCOMPANIED BY A BANGING NOISE THAT MAY BE A R A PRECURSOR TO GEAR FAILURE.

TL* THE CONTACT OWNS A 2018 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE. WHILE DRIVING 30 MPH AND ATTEMPTING TO SHIFT GEARS, THE VEHICLE DOWNSHIFTED. THE VEHICLE WAS TAKEN MULTIPLE TIMES TO ROUTE 46 CHRYSLER JEEP DODGE, BUT THEY WERE UNABLE TO DUPLICATE THE FAILURE. THE MANUFACTURER WAS NOTIFIED. THE FAILURE MILEAGE WAS 15,800.

Problems with the Electrical System

The Internet lists pages upon pages of complaints related to electrical system problems with this SUV. For some people, it’s almost as if the vehicle is possessed, with a mind of its own. While radio stations switching on its own and backup sensors going off for no reason is mainly a nuisance, it could lead to an accident. If the driver becomes distracted because of the malfunction, a crash is imminent.

One owner wrote this on Edmunds, “Just before that the radio and navigation system shut down while driving without prompting. The SUV shut down after remote starting. Then the remote start app didn’t always work. I tried to get assistance but there was no support. Then the jeep shut down after key remote start, sometimes it would not start with key remote start or it would shut down after getting in the vehicle. Driving back on a 20 miles trip the jeep smelled like it was on fire to the point I stopped.”

FCA issued a recall surrounding trouble with the voltage regulator. NHTSA Campaign Number 18V524000 indicates that a voltage regulator chip in the circuit board that may fail, leading to a stall or a no start condition. In this case, you see that the electrical issues are more than just a nuisance, but severe safety concerns. No one wants to stall in the middle of an intersection; this is an embarrassing and dangerous predicament.

Here are some actual complaints logged with the NHTSA about the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Electrical Problems:

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM MALFUNCTIONED WHILE DRIVING ON A CITY STREET, DASHBOARD LIT UP AND THE VEHICLE WOULD NOT SWITCH GEARS. WIPERS STARTED GOING AND MESSAGE POPPED UP ON THE SCREEN TO NOT TURN THE VEHICLE OFF BECAUSE IT MAY NOT RESTART. WHEN THE VEHICLE WAS TURNED OFF IT WOULD NOT RESTART AND IT WAS STUCK IN THE RUN POSITION. VEHICLE WAS TOWED TO THE DEALERSHIP, THEY STATED THE VEHICLE OVER FIFTY CODES AND THEY DID NOT KNOW WHAT WAS WRONG WITH IT.

MY BACKUP CAMERA HAS QUIT WORKING. IT WON’T EVEN TURN ON. THE UCONNECT IS ALSO UNRESPONSIVE AS FAR AS TRYING TO TURN OFF THE UNIT. I TRIED THE THREE RESET OPTIONS AND NOTHING. I CAN’T FORCE AN UPDATE OR ANYTHING. SO NOW I HAVE NO BACKUP CAMERA.

AFTER TURNING ON THE IGNITION AND PUTTING CAR INTO REVERSE THE REVERSE LIGHT FLASHES AND CAR WILL NOT GO INTO REVERSE, SAME FOR PUTTING INTO DRIVE. ENGINE LIGHT STAYS ON. THIS PROBLEM ONLY LASTS FOR A FEW SECONDS AND THEN THE CAR CAN GO INTO REVERSE. I BROUGHT IT INTO THE DEALER THEY HAD IT FOR 4 DAYS AND COULD ONLY RECREATE THE PROBLEM ONCE. IT HAS HAPPENED TO ME TWICE PRIOR TO BRINGING IT INTO THE DEALER. THE DEALER COULD NOT FIND ANY ELECTRICAL OR ENGINE ISSUES. I WAS TOLD TO BRING IT HOME AND WHEN IT LASTED TO LONGER THEN TO NOTIFY THEM. VERY DISCONCERTING!! HAVE TO WAIT UNTIL I CANNOT DRIVE THE CAR!

Problems with the Engine

If the nervous system of the car is in bad shape, what does the heart look like? The engine is the main component under the hood. It must be functional in order to produce the results desired.

Again, look at this Edmunds review to see what the customers think about the engine. “I bought a brand new 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee, It has 2501 miles on it, and it’s in the shop waiting for a new motor, that is on back order for 2 months.  Problems with the block, had some manufacturer errors, there are some bubbles in the casting.  The oil of course leaked out these bubbles.  Called the Jeep company, I get a case number and told I will be called back, on the next business day. Still haven’t received a return call. Finally heard back from the Jeep (Chrysler) Company, Talked to the Case Manager.  The engine was expedited and the shop received the motor in about 3 days, instead of 2 months.  I let them know I was very unhappy and I wanted to trade this vehicle for another new vehicle because I did not want to deal with potential future problems after replacing the motor.  Needless to say, that didn’t happen. I was basically told that they would do nothing more, no swapping it for another vehicle, no buying it back, unless it became a legal matter.”

There are no service bulletins or recalls related to the engine troubles, but that doesn’t make them just disappear. The problems are real for current owners. The company was also very clear to this customer – nothing was going to be done unless it became a legal matter. That just goes to show what they think of their paying customers. Again, they continue to raise the bar – to poor customer service.

Here are some actual complaints logged with the NHTSA about the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Engine Problems:

TL THE CONTACT OWNS A 2018 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE. THE CONTACT STATED THAT THE WATER PUMP WAS LEAKING AND THE VEHICLE WAS UNABLE TO BE DRIVEN. IN ADDITION, THE CHECK ENGINE AND ESC WARNING INDICATORS WERE ILLUMINATED. THE VEHICLE WAS TAKEN TO SOUTH CHICAGO DODGE CHRYSLER JEEP WHERE IT WAS DIAGNOSED THAT THE WATER PUMP NEEDED TO BE REPLACED; HOWEVER, THE PARTS WERE ON BACKORDER. THE VEHICLE WAS NOT REPAIRED. THE MANUFACTURER WAS CONTACTED AND PROVIDED CASE NUMBER: 64535122. THE CONTACT WAS REFERRED TO THE DEALER. THE FAILURE MILEAGE WAS 67,670.

VEHICLE SHUT OFF /STALLED WHILE PULLING AWAY FROM AN INTERSECTION ON A LOCAL ROAD (VEHICLE WAS IN MOTION). THE VEHICLE FINALLY STARTED AFTER THE “PUSH-BUTTON” WAS PRESSED 3 TIMES

WHILE DRIVING ON THE ROAD THE ENGINE SHUTS COMPLETELY OFF RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF TRAFFIC WHICH IS EXTREMELY DANGEROUS!!!…MESSAGE DISPLAYS ON THE SCREEN WHERE THE SPEEDOMETER IS “SHIFT TO P TO START”. IT HAS HAPPENED 3X YESTERDAY AND ABOUT A WEEK AGO ONCE. TOOK TO JEEP DEALER YESTERDAY AND THEY ARE STILL INVESTIGATING THE ISSUE.

Problems with the Fuel System

The fuel system must be in good working condition in order to keep the vehicle running the way it should. Owners of the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee find numerous problems related to the fuel system.

One driver on the NHTSA website wrote, “Had several issues with this rented vehicle still running after pushing button to stop vehicle when parked. Family members told me your car is still on at least three times. Had issues when stopped at an intersection. The vehicle seemed to die & was very delayed when starting to go again – required more pressure on gas pedal than usual.”

Just like with other complaints, it turns out that the fuel system also faced a recall. NHTSA Campaign Number 18V048000 addresses the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk equipped with a 6.2L Supercharged Engine. It turns out that fuel line may separate and could cause a fire. To remedy the problem, FCA technicians must replace the fuel line. No one wants to deal with a car fire unless you are fed up with the issues you are experiencing and would love to see the SUV totaled.

Here are some actual complaints logged with the NHTSA about the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Fuel System Problems:

EVERY TIME I GO TO PUMP GAS IN THE CAR, THE PUMP WILL STOP AS IF IT’S FULL. I HAVE BROUGHT THE CAR TO 495 CHRYSLER, JEEP, AND DODGE IN LOWELL, MA 5 TIMES NOW AND THEY FIXED IT ONCE AND IT WAS FINE. THEN A FEW MONTHS LATER IT STARTED DOING THE SAME ISSUE AGAIN. THEY SAY IT’S THE GAS STATIONS AND THAT I HAVE TO LOOK FOR CERTAIN PUMPS, ETC. I GO TO THE SAME PUMP AND GAS STATION EACH TIME AND WHEN IT DOESN’T WORK I HAVE TO DRIVE AROUND TESTING GAS STATIONS TO SEE WHICH WILL WORK. MY CAR WILL STAY AT THE DEALERSHIP FOR 3-4 DAYS JUST FOR THEM TO SAY THAT IT’S THE GAS STATIONS FAULT AND NOT THEIRS. THE FIRST TIME THIS HAPPENED THE MILEAGE WAS AT 5298 AND NOW IT IS CURRENTLY AT 14,124 WITH ONLY 1 YEAR AND 2 MONTHS OF USE. I CURRENTLY HAVE A CLAIM WITH CHRYSLER AS OF RIGHT NOW.

HAD SEVERAL ISSUES WITH THIS RENTED VEHICLE STILL RUNNING AFTER PUSHING BUTTON TO STOP VEHICLE WHEN PARKED. FAMILY MEMBERS TOLD ME “YOUR CAR IS STILL ON” AT LEAST 3 TIMES.

HAD ISSUES WHILE FILLING THE VEHICLE WITH FUEL. SEVERAL TIMES THE PUMP WOULD CUT OFF (APPROXIMATELY 10 TIMES) INDICATING THAT THE TANK WAS FULL WHEN I KNEW IT WASN’T.

UNABLE TO FILL WITH FUEL. JEEP IS BLAMING THE GAS PUMPS. 4,000 MILES ON VEHICLE. JEEP HAS ADVISED TURNING THE PUMP HANDLE WHICH ELIMINATES THE FUEL CUT OFF AND CAUSES GAS TO SPILL. THIS IS EXTREMELY UNSAFE.

Problems with the Steering

Beyond the parts that make the vehicle work, it’s also time to consider the other systems that are needed for a comfortable ride. Steering is one of those parts that needs to work correctly in order to keep the occupants safe and on track.

This Edmunds review discusses issues with these components. “This vehicle had a faulty steering module from the factory and the dealership from which I bought it refused to address it. I had to take it to another dealer to have it replaced.”

This is one area of the SUV that the automaker chose to ignore. There aren’t any safety recalls or manufacturer communications right now. Instead, they hope owners don’t recognize the trouble despite the fact that everyone driving is using the steering system. It’s tough to ignore when something feels awkward or broken with this system. Until the steering wheel starts separating from the column and ending up in people’s hands, it’s likely there won’t be any word from the manufacturer.

Here are some actual complaints logged with the NHTSA about the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Steering Problems:

ON HIGHWAY GOING 70 MPH WITH CRUISE CONTROL SET AND ALL OF A SUDDEN OUR JEEP WENT OUT OF CONTROL AND STARTED TO THE LEFT. WAS ABLE TO REGAIN CONTROL AFTER A FEW SECONDS, BUT WAS VERY LUCKY THERE WAS NO OTHER VEHICLES TO OUR LEFT OR WE WOULD HAVE CRASHED INTO IT. ON JULY 18, 2018, RECALL 18U65183 18-U6-51-83 REPROGRAM PCM WITH NEW SOFTWARE WAS INSTALLED.

WHILE BEING TOWED BY AN RV, THE JEEP STARTED VIOLENTLY WOBBLING WHICH SHOOK MY 40,000 # RV PRETTY HARD. THIS STARTED AFTER A SLOW (ABOUT 5MPH) LEFT TURN. THE WOBBLING DID NOT STOP UNTIL COMPLETELY STOPPING THE RV. THIS HAS ONLY HAPPENED ONCE IN 5,000 MILES OF BEING TOWED. HAS NEVER HAPPENED WHILE DRIVING THE JEEP ABOUT 11,000 MILES.

THREE EVENTS IN 12 MONTHS OF VEHICLE VIOLENT “WOBBLE” (TRACKS SIDE TO SIDE) WHILE BEING TOWED BY A CLASS A (MOTORHOME) AT SLOW SPEED ~15 TO 25 MPH. CONDITIONS PRECEDING EVENTS INCLUDE: 1) FROM A STOP TO MOVING AFTER TURNING, USUALLY 90 DEGREES, BUT NOT ALWAYS, 2) DRY ASPHALT PAVEMENT, AND 3) SOMETIMES AFTER A ROAD DIP. PLEASE NOTE THAT OTHER CONDITIONS MAY CONTRIBUTE/CAUSE EVENT, BUT THE THREE EVENTS I’VE EXPERIENCED, WERE UNDER CONDITIONS STATED ABOVE. VEHICLE HAD LESS THAN 16,000 MILES WHEN THE LAST EVENT OCCURRED, AND MORE THAN 7,000 MILES BEFORE FIRST EVENT. FIRST OCCURRENCE WHILE FLAT TOWING WAS AFTER MORE THAN 3,000 MILES OF VEHICLE BEING TOWED. NOTIFIED JEEP DEALER – NO HELP (NO RECALLS, NO TSB’S, NO RECOMMENDED MITIGATION FIX), REVIEWED MANY SIMILAR OCCURRENCES ON VARIOUS RV FORUMS E.G. IRV2, FMCA, AND OTHERS. TOOK VEHICLE IN FOR AN ALIGNMENT CHECK AT 16,000 MILES AND WITHIN OEM SPECIFICATION. THE VEHICLE MOVEMENT IS VIOLENT ENOUGH TO TRANSFER SIDE-TO-SIDE FORCES INTO MY 45′, 46,000 LB. MH (WITH TAG AXLE).

Problems with the Suspension

Even though this is at the end of the list, there is nothing insignificant about the suspension. These parts must work properly together in order to ensure on-road safety and comfort.

A quick peek at a NHTSA review reveals that isn’t the case with this vehicle. “Service Air Suspension Immediately is the warning on my Jeep and many people’s Jeeps since 2015. The issue is a constant problem and Chrysler has no answer. Where is the recall?”

It shouldn’t surprise anyone to see that Jeep has nothing to say about this situation. They haven’t issued a recall nor given any indication of how to repair the defect. It proves that Jeep is raising the bar – by being one of the automakers with the most malfunctioning systems available.

Here are some actual complaints logged with the NHTSA about the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Suspension Problems:

WHEN STARTING THE VEHICLE, IT MADE A GRINDING SOUND. THEN A DASHBOARD MESSAGE POPPED UP STATING THAT THE AIR SUSPENSION NEEDED SERVICING IMMEDIATELY. THIS SAME MESSAGE APPEARED EVERY TIME WE STARTED THE CAR. IN ADDITION, WHILE DRIVING, ANOTHER DASHBOARD MESSAGE POPPED UP INSTRUCTING TO REDUCE SPEED TO MAINTAIN PROPER VEHICLE HEIGHT.

THE AIR SUSPENSION HAS BEEN ACTIN UP SINCE I PURCHASED IT NEW IN FEB 2018. IT WASNT TOO BAD SO I JUST LEFT IT ALONE AND DIDNT USE IT. LATER IT STARTED FLASHING A WARNING WHILE DRIVING AT HIGHWAY SPEED TO “SERVICE AIR SUSPENSION IMMEDIATELY.” THE SUSPINSION WENT INTO “PARK/EXIT MODE” AND THE TRUCK DROPPED AND IT DROVE VERY ROUGH. I TRAILERED IT TO THE DEALERSHIP. THEY HAD IT 3 WEEKS. IT FAILED AS SOON AS I LEFT. NOW IT SEEMS STUCK IN OFF ROAD II MODE, BUT THE REAR IS HIGH AND FRONT IS LOW… ITS PITIFUL. I DO LOVE THE JEEP, BUT THIS IS GETTING AGGRAVATING. I’M TAKING IT BACK TO ANOTHER DEALERSHIP AND HOPEFULLY IT WILL BE READY FRO ME TO TRAVEL FOR CHRISTMAS.

Problems with the Vehicle Speed Control

The vehicle speed control is responsible for automatically controlling the speed of a motor vehicle. On certain models of the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee, it appears this system is faulty, leaving drivers in dangerous predicaments.

One driver wrote this on the NHTSA website, “My 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk throttle stuck open and began accelerating after removing foot from gas pedal. This issue is not related to the floor mat recall as I have already had the recall performed on the vehicle by the dealership. This could have caused a serious injury or death. I had to press the ignition to turn the power off and slam hard on the brakes to stop the vehicle from continuing to accelerate.”

The owner referenced NHTSA Campaign Number 18E097000, which stated that the vehicle floor mats trap the accelerator pedal. Since that was already resolved for this customer, it’s unclear what caused the problem. Still, this isn’t the first time Jeep struggled with vehicle speed control problems. The recall designated with NHTSA Campaign Number 18V332000, the automaker acknowledges trouble canceling cruise control. It’s caused by a short circuit in the wiring system and requires a software flash. Overall, it appears the Grand Cherokee isn’t sure what it wants to do – go, stop, start on fire or continue barreling down the highway at crazy speeds. If you drive this vehicle, get ready for the ride of a lifetime.

Here are some actual complaints logged with the NHTSA about the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Speed Control Problems:

TL* THE CONTACT OWNED A 2018 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE. WHILE THE VEHICLE WAS ENGAGED IN PARK, IT UNEXPECTEDLY ACCELERATED TO 20 MPH AND CRASHED INTO AN ATM MACHINE. THE CONTACT MENTIONED THAT THE VEHICLE WOULD NOT COME TO A COMPLETE STOP WHEN THE BRAKE PEDAL WAS DEPRESSED. THE AIR BAGS DEPLOYED. A POLICE REPORT WAS FILED. THE CONTACT SUSTAINED BUMPS AND BRUISES ALONG WITH THREE FRACTURED RIBS ON THE RIGHT SIDE AND AN INJURY TO THE RIGHT LEG THAT REQUIRED MEDICAL ATTENTION. THE VEHICLE WAS TOWED TO A LOCAL TOW YARD WHERE IT WAS DEEMED A TOTAL LOSS. THE VEHICLE WAS NOT TAKEN TO A DEALER OR INDEPENDENT MECHANIC FOR DIAGNOSTIC TESTING OR REPAIRS. THE MANUFACTURER WAS NOT MADE AWARE OF THE FAILURE. THE FAILURE MILEAGE WAS 1,240.

THROTTLE HAS STUCK ON FULL THROTTLE 2 TIMES WHILE ACCELERATING ON CITY STREET. THE ONLY WAY TO SLOW VEHICLE DOWN WAS TO PUT TRANSMISSION IN NEUTRAL AND APPLY BRAKES HARD. VERY SCARY SITUATION! OTHER OWNERS HAVE HAD THE SAME PROBLEM.

VEHICLE EXHIBITED SUDDEN UNINTENDED ACCELERATION ON TWO SEPARATE OCCASIONS, AND CAUSED AN ACCIDENT INVOLVING PROPERTY DAMAGE.

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5 COMMENTS
  • Chantelle

    Purchased a 2018 Grand Cherokee in 2019 as a dealer demo. With 2020, working from home and went from diving 80kms/day to only grocery store once a week. 2021(40,000kms total) had a cold snap of -40C for a few days Jeep still started and ran but the car starter was having issues. Drove around on a Tuesday about 20-30kms. Next day was completely dead and had to use the manual key to open the doors. Towed to dealership (thankfully roadside assistance so no charge), they charged the battery for a full day and said they couldn’t find anything wrong with it stating something must have been left on. Just over a week later wont start again throwing errors to have all electrical systems serviced. Towed again to the dealership. They replaced the battery and then recommended I utilize a trickle charger going forward due to the draw on the battery from the electronics.

  • Glenn

    While driving on the expressway, the car seemed to lurch forward. It did it several times in my 50 mile drive home. Today it hasn’t done it. I did not shift gears nor pump the gas.

  • Alcruz

    I have the same issues with a jeep cherokee 2018 ..A lease car that i been paying por ywo years now . can i Ask Chrysler Capital for a refund of what i have payd ? Help me resove this please ..My wife is a Renal paicient for 2 yrs and a half receives Dialisis . That is why a leased that car to Florida Dodge Jeep ..I don’t know what todo can anybody help me ?

  • Clay D

    I leased a 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit new in late July 2018. After a few months i noticed a vibration/rattle sound in the back of the vehicle. since then i have brought it into the shop 4 times for this same issue. they have yet to locate or fix it. I have numerous videos showing the rattle over a long period of time and have the shop invoices as well. Is this something you can help me with?

  • Lidia A

    Purchased a 2018 Jeep grand cherokee and has many electrical issues that have been worked on but it seems that one things gets fixed and another one appears. We have contacted Chrisler and they said they would make it right, but after not receiving phone calls when they say they would call back or not call us at us is making us feel neglected and they dont want to deal with us and the problems we are having with the suv.

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