I tried it again and interesting enough it only allows me to go back to 4L (at which point autopark gets disabled default) but going into any other mode (2h or 4h) it makes that transfer case noise with that dash warning. Wondering if its ok to drive in the 4L mode to the dealership under normal...
Has anyone seen this error before?
Not sure what happened, but ever since I drove in 4L mode last night and parked in my garage back to 2h mode. It makes this weird transfer case noise along with the above warning when in reverse or drive mode under 2h.
My guess is its auto locking but why...
I just got this confirmation email
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I want to hear what JeepCares has to say about this :headbang:
Which means, now I’ll have to make another visit to my dealership who sent me home the first time saying, “it sounds and rides like a Jeep”, very similar to many Jeep pandits ;) over here stated time and time again.
I’m not disappointed in my selection, the biggest issue I seem to have is the tire pressure PSI which I’ve to constantly play around to make the ride smoother. Some more than the other days especially on a windy day, rest is all the “Jeep thing” I get it (i.e front axle, larger tires, and boxy...
Thanks for sharing. I think most of us who are experiencing drift are Rubi owners. Also, I agree many including me are first time owners and I’m slowly coming to terms that this is how Jeep rides and I’m getting used to it.
My XPEL technician suggested to have the hood decal removed before applying the film. He personally thinks it’s going to create an overlap and bubble look which is going to be clearly visible.
I’m planning to get mine removed, and maybe later put a new one on top of the film. Also, he quoted me...
I think you have to get almost all of these warranties before your factory bumper to bumper warranty expires.
The only advantage of getting it at the time of purchase might be the cost factor, which could slightly go up if you get it at the end of the factory bumper warranty.
No disrespect, but it makes sense for you to not get it since you mentioned that you have bought “several cars” which means you’re not going to keep your Jeep that long either. Some are going to keep theirs until the wheels fallout including me so I don’t consider it a waste.
What is waste is...
Maxcare lifetime with no mileage limit offered to me back in Feb.
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