Wheel, back to my original question. Has anyone had trouble with the new Uconnect 8.4an holding settings? I'm not really driving the thing because a lot of the settings in it change themselves from start to start and day to day. And if you didn't see my original thread, this is my second 2014 Summit model. The dealer unwound my first deal because of these issues only to give me a second one that does the same thing. I can't be the only one, can I?
Yeah, my menu settings will change, heck they even changed before my eyes last night. I would tap and check or uncheck a box and not even 3 seconds later it would reverse my decision for me. How nice of it to think for me.....
Work: 2006 Dodge Charger Hemi, Dark Blue
Ours: 2009 Chevy Suburban LTZ, White
Mine: 2009.5 Pontiac G8 GXP, Silver
Wifes: 2014 Summit V8 4x4, Bright White/Black(Delivered 4/2/2013)
I've got about 800miles on my '14 Grand Cherokee limited and just had this happen/repaired threw all kinds of codes... About every sensor light lit and the speedometer LCD gave me a brake failure light.
I have a pic but can't post it.
Yesterday the dealer had to "secure a panel" that was causing water to drip all over the drivers feet on each right turn, then today this.
Not happy with this thing, hopefully it will improve. I convinced my wife to get this after 2 CX-9s... She literally never went to the dealer once in 6 years with those.
Radio volume works as it should. The nav or guidance volume took some wild swings.
I think I know what causes that. When the Nav voice starts talking, and you try to turn down the radio volume to hear it better...that seems to screw up the Nav volume. It gets reset to either very low or 0 and has to be changed back to the default 15 in the settings. This is a software bug, but the work-around is to not touch the volume control when the Nav starts talking. The radio volume should drop automatically. Since I figured that out, I haven't had any more problems.
Delivered: Deep Cherry Red 2014 JGC Overland/Pentastar V6/Adv. Tech/ORA