I never heard about anything being too hot in 5-10 like that... I wonder if the tranny is still cold though since it is being idled.Jaime said:Typically, that engine is wram since I use the Remote Start for about 5-10 min before I drive it.
Maybe it;s too hot?
Will do, I have an appointment on Thursday for this and the seat repair. I will do my best to ensure they see whaqt it does.ImperialCrown said:I think that M38 has already been done? A quicklearn may smooth engagement, but why would it change now? A quicklearn should have been done after the recall service and before returning the vehicle to the customer.
Best to get this intermittent 'harsh engagement' concern documented in writing on a dealer repair order. If you can demonstrate it to the advisor, that's even better. Even if nothing is done about it or you are told that it's normal, it needs to be printed and signed.
Without this on paper, it means nothing to Chrysler or the dealer.
You would need a DRBIII scan tool at a minimum. And it might be proprietary programming only available to dealers and shops that have paid for the programming.Jaime said:Question: is there a way for me to Perform a Quick Learn? The dealer did this just out desperation, but it has quilled the harsh Drive Engagement. Not one bump this whole weekend.
If know how to do the quick learn, I don't mind having to do it every few months. Of it keeps the harsh drive drive engagement alway, I will be very happy!
I know that it won't fix the high idle issue, but at least you don't feel like you hit somthjng.