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I think that's only reasonable in the circumstances.

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I think we might have to visit the service centre yet again. Driving the car today it feels completely sluggish. Not the Jeep it was last week. To tell you the truth, can pin it down to the transmission or the engine. The shift improvement TSB was installed last week at the service. The wife seems to think its been sluggish since.
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I think we might have to visit the service centre yet again. Driving the car today it feels completely sluggish. Not the Jeep it was last week. To tell you the truth, can pin it down to the transmission or the engine. The shift improvement TSB was installed last week at the service. The wife seems to think its been sluggish since.

It's to do with the transmission update. I had it applied n a total f...up since. In a nutshell, gear upshit is totally retarded under quick acceleration (e.g, overtake, merge to motorway) and driving uphill.
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What do you mean MMCRH? Does it shift upwards (numerically) too early... and/or hold high gears (numerically) for too long?

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It's to do with the transmission update. I had it applied n a total f...up since. In a nutshell, gear upshit is totally retarded under quick acceleration (e.g, overtake, merge to motorway) and driving uphill.
Ours shifts fine. Infact the shift is really smooth, its just that the car now feels like your driving with the handbrake (footbrake) on. Normally I can take anyone at the lights, now its like driving a toyota.
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Ours shifts fine. Infact the shift is really smooth, its just that the car now feels like your driving with the handbrake (footbrake) on. Normally I can take anyone at the lights, now its like driving a toyota.
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Right then, that is the point I would have slapped someone, twice, hard.
They just told you that not having the engine under stress is what caused the problem, damn you and your little mummy runs, doing only 14,786km in 7 months. Then asked you to have the car sit around doing nothing for 5mins before you drive it. This would simply exacerbate the problem, they’re morons and don’t seem to realise they just contradicted themselves.

Did you have it serviced at 10,000km?
It's definitely how I felt by the end of it Snuke - that is wanting to slap someone hard and say "grow up". I must admit it hadn't dawned on me the total contradiction of what they were saying and the problem until I got in the car and started thinking about it all. Then of course, I read this thread last night and slowly the steam started building.

Yes I had the car serviced at 10,000km and it also had the recall work completed (the one to do with the indicator lights).

I just couldn't believe the condescending attitude they had, and how they would talk to you really slowly as though you don't understand.

Hmmm........ok so the time I spent at Ford / Jaguar & Kenworth trucks working on process improvement on their production lines doesn't mean anything, because I now just do those silly short trips driving the kids to school and back :slapfight :
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What do you mean MMCRH? Does it shift upwards (numerically) too early... and/or hold high gears (numerically) for too long?

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Very slow in upshit. Never occurred before the TSB.

For example its gear 6 before uphill (small gradient only) on highway. On uphill, gear drops back to 5 or 4 immediately n stuck at there no matter how hard I push gas pedal. It only goes back to 6 when pass hill n hit flat surface.

Same story when hard acceleration on merge to motorway. Now I drive like great great grandpa (no disrespect) so that gear upshit can catch up.
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Nothing worse than slow upshit.

Maybe disconnect the battery? It could save you a trip to the "service" department.
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Re: Is DPF issue for 2014 CRD fixed now?

I found this post on JA Facebook. It sounds weird to me. What does he mean by the protective spray? Does he mean something like a thin protective covering?

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Mine went back 5 times and still was unsuccessful under ' lemon law' they had a further opportunity to fix it. I was also told I would need independent engineer reports. Engineers flown from states to look at mine and a few others in Australia and fixed it apparently. And 6500km later no problems.
They could of switched off that component for all i know.
I was told it was the filter part that had a protective spray on it that wasnt removed.
Full thread: https://www.facebook.com/jeepaustral...fref=hovercard

It began in Jan and the post I've quoted above was August.
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I found this post on JA Facebook. It sounds weird to me. What does he mean by the protective spray? Does he mean something like a thin protective covering?

Full thread: https://www.facebook.com/jeepaustral...fref=hovercard

It began in Jan and the post I've quoted above was August.
Alot of people really struggling with the english language.
From what I can decipher, I think he is possibly suggesting that the DPF manufacturer sprays a protective coating on the dpf, probably so it doesn't rust, and this coating wasn't removed prior to the dpf being put into service, thus resulting in failed regeneration.
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Nothing worse than slow upshit.

Maybe disconnect the battery? It could save you a trip to the "service" department.
Might still be "learning" his driving style.
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