OK. Found out the issue. the rear calipers were replaced from a previous job by a mechanic down the street and he installed the calipers "flip flopped"(so the passenger rear was on the driver rear) and as a result the bleeder valve was higher than the hoses resulting in air in the lines causing a soft...very soft brake pedal. That is now fixed.
And the front calipers are no longer locking up (same with the rear and passenger side). So a while back I introduced the issue to the owner of Mieneke that the brake booster push rod was too far out (resulting in an unequal pressure to the other lines)but he denied the issue but let me figure it out for free so I took it to Jeep and after just over a week of arguing ( saying the issue was the calipers when it wasn't) they adjusted the brake booster push rod and the master cylinder adjustment screw (which equalized the fluid to each caliper).
So in total...$1,820 I have spent to find out an issue that not only could I have done by myself but I could have done for free.
So to anyone with an issue like mine check those following items. It is easy but you can bring it in to the Jeep and pay roughly $300 but it is 12 month 12,000 mile guarantee. and if there is a recall on the brake system Jeep will refund you all of it and fix it for free. Same with any other small mom and pop mechanics.
'bout freakin' time!
Last edited by JEEPJKJAY; 07-11-2018 at 11:17 AM.