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Auto-On Comfort settings - no option for seats?

On my Auto-On Comfort settings I don't have an option for the seats, only for the steering wheel. Is everyone else like this too?
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Re: Auto-On Comfort settings - no option for seats?

That check box is for both lines. You can't selectively choose wheel or seats. At least on the Jeep.


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On my Auto-On Comfort settings I don't have an option for the seats, only for the steering wheel. Is everyone else like this too?

After checking mine, I realized the box won't accept being checked for more than 5 seconds. I guess I will be surfing this site for others having this issue.
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Re: Auto-On Comfort settings - no option for seats?

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After checking mine, I realized the box won't accept being checked for more than 5 seconds. I guess I will be surfing this site for others having this issue.
Are you up to date on your uConnect software?


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Are you up to date on your uConnect software? ---
I have the update before the Dec 13 update. My dealer said he ordered the disc and should have the update in about a week. Will the Dec update take care of this?
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Re: Auto-On Comfort settings - no option for seats?

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That check box is for both lines. You can't selectively choose wheel or seats. At least on the Jeep.


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Yeah, I think our D looks the same (wife is out so I can't check at the moment). Regardless, the wheel and driver's seat both switch on at 40 and colder.
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I have the update before the Dec 13 update. My dealer said he ordered the disc and should have the update in about a week. Will the Dec update take care of this?
As with all these updates, the answer is a definite maybe. Every Jeep seems to have a different reaction to the updates, but it's worth a try.
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As with all these updates, the answer is a definite maybe. Every Jeep seems to have a different reaction to the updates, but it's worth a try.
Thanks for the advice. I appreciate the guidance.
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After checking mine, I realized the box won't accept being checked for more than 5 seconds. I guess I will be surfing this site for others having this issue.
Check it with the engine running. I've found several settings that do this and only stay checked when the engine is running. The Safety section is the worst showing different settings when off compared to engine on. I'm running the latest uConnect version, this has been the case with every version I've had so far.
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Check it with the engine running. I've found several settings that do this and only stay checked when the engine is running. The Safety section is the worst showing different settings when off compared to engine on. I'm running the latest uConnect version, this has been the case with every version I've had so far.
Just tried it with engine running.....same results. Thanks for the help. It was worth the try.
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Before I updated to the newest 3.83 version I had an option for both. There where two check boxes. With the latest version I have one box. Mine is the same as your picture, I thinks it's one sentence using two lines. I believe both will come on instead of just one, making it simpler .
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