My guess is no they wouldn't go for it. Let FCA engineer a proper fix to this issue. One guy posted that he only noticed the issue in 6th gear, so who knows if avoided that one gear will slow the issue, or perhaps your Jeep isn't affected at all, and they only need to inspect for a potential issue.
Yeah, I just visited a dealer yesterday and they explained this just went into effect. Depending on how severe and how long the fix action will take may have FCA re-thinking offering manuals for future models. I certainly hope not, though.
Okay. Here's an experiment in statistics. Go to your sock drawer, in this instance the drawer contains 38 black socks and 2 white socks. With your eyes closed, and on your first attempt you pick the white sock. We'll call this white sock a Lemoned Wrangler. On your very next blindfolded...
I thought the reason the Wranglers were limited to 3500 towing was due to the relatively soft suspension, which would cause stability issues. Are you on stock suspension, or have you done some modifications?