Re: transmission clunk
so here's my summary and update.
as you can see in the video, the clunk is very noticeable and can be reproduced easily. I dropped it off at the dealer, they said they couldn't reproduce the sound. I went down and test drove the truck for them and showed them, tech confirmed, yes this sounds wrong. I left the truck overnight, a different tech went out in the truck again, once again, couldn't reproduce the sound. I say I'll be back to show them again. Before I leave, they call to say they were now able to reproduce the sound not only in my truck, but another '14 truck and now they claimed it was normal. In disbelief I go down to have them show me. They were not able to reproduce the sound in the other truck, I drove it and I couldn't either.
They ran for codes found nothing. They said there's nothing that can be done. I opened a case with Chrysler and that went no where.
So I have driven a few hundred miles since then, I haven't tried to reproduce the noise, so I haven't heard it since. I have read that the transmission could be in the process of "learning" your driving habits and adjusting.
I will give it a shot tonight to see if it's still an issue. but bottom line, it's not something Jeep has a fix for, if it is a problem, nor are they very resourceful or helpful in diagnosing the issue. But in all fairness, it could be that there is a module that is conforming to the driving habits and adjusting shift points...who knows.