Same, and it’s hard enough to shift load at times. Engine breaking is expected, this is something else. I shift into N to avoid, especially in the snow.
Dealer told my a software update was in the works as it’s been a complaint for some. I’m taking it in on the 28th for an oil change and will...
I believe so, but it seems to come back a couple days later, which is inline with what I read about TCM resets. Assuming it isn’t a really good placebo effect.
Taking it in on the 28th again, as something isn’t right. It shouldn’t shift hard enough to cause a load shift. I put it in N when...
So I pulled the TCM fuse on the hope that info is stored in volatile memory and let it sit for 20m. It hasn’t happened since and usually it’s with every downhill stop.
I’m still not convinced it did it or whether I’ve got a placebo effect thing going on, but it seems that way.
Update - one of today's jolts was hard enough to knock junk in the back forward a bit. I made another appointment on (tentatively) Tuesday to have it looked at again as that can't be right. Will ask them to reset adaptive learning as well.
I'm taking it to a different dealership this time...
I had it in and they told me there’s a software update in the works for it, but it was “mechanically sound.” When it’s cold it’s super noticeable. Enough that I shift into N to stop until it warms up.
Not sure if it was them just blowing smoke.
I realize this is an older post, but I'm curious as to whether you've had any success here? I've had the same issue. Jeep noted there might be a software update coming for it, but I'm skeptical.
This is the exact issue I've had; I've been shifting into N while stopping until it warms up...
Nothing else yet. It’s “mechanically sound” and nothing is wrong, update “in the works” per my dealer.
I’ve taken to shifting to N or using manual shifting while stopping until it heats up, especially in the snow and ice.
Older thread but figured I'd keep it updated. Was at the dealer today and asked about it since it's still noticeable, and kind of annoying. They mentioned that I'm far from the first that has brought it up and there's some software update expected in the not-so-distant future to improve...
It actually might be engine braking. it doesn’t seem to happen if I shift into N first, but it doesn’t feel right. Engine breaking is fine, this feels like it’s doing it aggressively dropping into 2nd.
I‘ll mention it the next time I’m at the dealer.
I did almost the same thing. I had a flat tire on the model 3, which meant a flatbed to the Tesla dealer. Drove it right from there to the Jeep dealership and picked up my Rubi. Didn’t even stop at home on the way.
I don’t miss it. It was terrible build quality and didn’t like to drive over things.
I've a 2020 JLUR. It's not the first Jeep I've driven, but it's the first Wrangler I've owned. I wanted to ask about this here before making an appointment. I noticed that while coming to a stop, if I'm applying even pressure, the brakes seem to "grab" as I slow down as If I've suddenly...
Just got the dealer call, my Jeep is here! Hopefully able to pick it up this evening!
Of course, on Friday I dropped the trade-in off for a couple of new tires due to a nail in the sidewall. It looks like I'll just get to drive it from the tire shop to the Jeep dealership.