Originally Posted by sidneyj
Great to see this. We need a fix.
Why is something that should take a few weeks to remedy still acting up after nine months?
One possibility, hinted at by the various key fob comments: If Jeep is asking their contracted radio outfit to fix the problem, these radio folks are probably in Osaka or some such without a GC. If the problem is somehow tied into the vehicle's relationship to the radio, and they're only checking out the radio, the radio mavens are never going to find the issue, much less fix it.
So perhaps we can, together, try some common sense experimenting. For example, I've removed then reinstalled batteries in the key fobs (probably unnecessary, but "just in case"), then reset the Overland's driver memory seat 1/2 settings with the media center turned off. (Supposedly the driver settings also choose AM/FM presets, although I'm not sure this is actually the case and who needs it anyway.)
Now, this afternoon the presets and nav home may disappear once again, who knows. But if the problem results from the linkage between the key fob/driver settings, then with enough experimenting along these lines we might be able to come up with a straightforward fix.