Speed Sensitive Volume

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@JeepCares I will report this to the dealer when I get an opportunity but there are several of us here reporting the same problem. I was wondering if you could weigh in on whether there is a TSB or something for this issue. It does not sound like anyone with an 8.4 radio has this feature working.
Hi Snayte,
I checked to see if there are any software updates that may apply to this concern and I do not see any at this time but I will go ahead and pass this information up to the appropriate team in order to have this looked into further.
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I have the 8.4, and I know mine works, but it is very subtle compared to the overall road noises, so It is often unnoticeable, especially with the windows open.
Yeah, I mucked with my speed sensitive setting while driving 45+ yesterday and noted there IS a difference, but but as you said it's very subtle.

Still not impressed that the NAV guidance volume setting isn't saved though...
 

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Mine's ok. 2018 7". #2 setting is very subtle. # 3 is much louder.
 
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Hi Snayte,
I checked to see if there are any software updates that may apply to this concern and I do not see any at this time but I will go ahead and pass this information up to the appropriate team in order to have this looked into further.
Lydia
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Yeah, I mucked with my speed sensitive setting while driving 45+ yesterday and noted there IS a difference, but but as you said it's very subtle.

Still not impressed that the NAV guidance volume setting isn't saved though...

Hmm, my NAV voice over saved, but you have to adjust it WHILE she is talking.
 

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There is a setting somewhere that turns off voice guidance. I did that. I don't need another woman telling me how to drive, LOL.
 

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Tried that today, no joy she was immediately back at 15 when I restarted.
I have a similar issue with the default Siri volume in my 2019 JLU. After starting up in the morning, the first time I use Siri - sheā€™s at 20 even though my radio volume is normally between 10-12. I lose a few more decibels of hearing capacity...adjust it while she is taking and all is well until I power down and get back in the vehicle next time. Then back to 20 she goes!
 

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I have the 8.4, and I know mine works, but it is very subtle compared to the overall road noises, so It is often unnoticeable, especially with the windows open.
I have the 8.4 also. It does work but it is subtle. I keep mine on 2.
 
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