While driving the vehicle- the service emergency brake light came on. The emergency break then automatically engaged on its own and would not disengage. The car had to be towed because the e-brake would not disengage. It was raining the day this occurred. Dealership indicated that water got to the e-brake electronic components and corroded/fried the components and therefore need to be replaced. This also caused the calipers to seize and rotors/pads to need replacement. Jeep dealership and customer care are refusing to cover any costs of damage even though I've asked them to look into the active investigation being conducted on this issue as well as similar water intrusion issue with mode...