Here is mine, found it when installing my Taser JL Mini, tucked in above the Data Link connector. And tapped into the power wire for it. Not too concerned about it, I think it was no longer activated.
The other thing I found today mounted to the bottom of the center panel below the steering...
There is no battery drain, I leave my fob inside 24/7 when at home. Which is a lot lately. Everything goes to sleep in short order. You cannot even get a brake signal for an Aux Brake system or Tow Light Feedback after the computers have gone to sleep.
I leave my fob in the key holder in the center console about 99.9 percent of the time at home and always when towing, I don't belive it creates any additional draw. Also if the Jeep need to be disconnected in an emergency (accident or fire) I don't need to be looking for the key and unlocking...
Exactly, I agree. If you can't find a dealer willing to at least remove the cover and take a look, then I would do it myself and look closely for signs of abnormal wear. Maybe pictures of that will get their attention.
That is quite a bit of metal, and not just break in shavings. Large pieces like that are not normal, that is going to need repairs or replacement.
I also did the differentials and transfer case recently on my 2019 JLUR, at about the same mileage, 4232 on the odometer and another 1967 miles towed...
You may want to double check, but the latest I saw from [email protected], was if you are using the programming utility on a windows computer you can leave it married. If using a MAC it needs to be unmarried due to some issues with the drivers used on the MAC's.
Well, I guess this needs some clarification, this is from the instructions for Firmware version 11.2.0.
Why bother locking the axle if you can only use it from 0-10 mph. I can only speculate that it was meant to say "Lockers will not engage past 10 MPH".
Thank you, would love to see some close up pictures of the cuts to the skid, when you get it installed. I am using the Rock Jock (Currie) tow plate in place of the skid, trying to figure out if these recovery points will work for me.