Originally Posted by jeepman917
yes agree - just noting the way the jeep reacted - the start just died. Not an issue waiting at all.
Even on a 2011 Durango, if the start is not complete and you open the hatch, the engine is killed immediately.
Cluster displays something along the lines of "hatch aborted" but was to quick to get a picture.
Retested a few times.... if you wait a few seconds after the start no problem.
It makes sense if you think about it. Everything is a car shuts off for start sequence including the blower and radio. You want all the amps for cranking available, so this is simply another thing that does not run during cranking.