My 2019 JLR Auto. I average about 19.7 mpg everything is still stock. I'm planning on adding a 2.5 lift and dirty life DT-1 wheels and keeping stock bfg tires. Will also be putting on a rockslide Auto sidestep. I'm curious to what my mpg will change it to.
So for stop and start it not good because when the Jeep comes to a cimpcomp stop ACC shuts off. It's great for slowing down and speeding up traffic.i drove my Jeep on a trip and didn't touch a pedal in 4 hours. Traveling at speeds from 35 to 75.
Well I got my off-road pages for my 2019 JLR today but now my Radio constantly reboots when I plug my phone in to use Android Auto. I hit the assist button to tell Uconnect but that doesn't work either.
Ok looks like a misunderstanding when they said the week of the 15th I thought that was the 15 was the end of the week but they meant this week. So someone should call before the 21st I was told they have the issue fixed and are going to push an update this week. I didn't ask if was jusy for me...
We the 15th came and went no ORP and no call from Uconnect. The Odd thing is that THEY CALLED ME and said that this would be fixed on the 15th and someone would call me and make sure. I think tomorrow I'll give them a call and see if I can just take it to the Dealership and hay them do something.
My 2019 Rubicon had ORP for 1 day while it was on the lot soon as I did my satellite radio stuff it went away. Called Uconnect they tried to help me get it back but referred my case to someone in engineering I got a call from Uconnect that they were going to try to fix it this week and someone...
So my case was forwarded to a Uconnect engineer the person I talked to only delt with Uconnect not sure if it was an engineer but they said they have figured out what the problem was and an update of the week of the 15th should fix it and she would call me back to make sure it was updated.
I got a call today from someone at Jeep Uconnect and they said I should have the Off-road pages by the 15th of this month and they would call me back later to confirm this. So it seems the wheels are in motion!