S55 2016-361 2016-08-22 The transaxle wire harness on your vehicle may have been built with insufficient wire terminal crimp(s). This may cause an intermittent high electrical resistance in the transaxle wire harness circuit(s). A high resistance circuit(s) in this wiring harness will cause the on-board diagnostic system to set a Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC). When the DTC is set, the system defaults the transaxle to neutral and the customer experiences a loss of motive power. Motive power can usually be regained upon a restart. The loss of motive power could cause a crash without warning. Your dealer will reprogram the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) and the Transmission Control Module (TCM). REPAIRED
I have been to the dealer for the 4th time to do that recall, and the problem keeps coming back!
This time (Friday) they decided to keep the Jeep and gave me a loaner.
They don't have a clue to what is happening.
Thank God, they are very nice and understanding, but this doesn't reassure me a loton what's ahead for me.
Anybody out there have an idea about that problem?
Do your best and **** the rest!
2015 Limited, 3.2L AD1, Bright White, Tech group, De Luxe group, Tow group, Winter group