Originally Posted by mults
Mine took almost 5000 miles before the harsh 2-3 almost disappeared. Now, it is about 95% perfect, with an occasional jerk once in a while. The dealer insisted that I put more miles on it before attempting the TSB. I am glad I waited...
As I said before my dealer said no on the TSBs last spring for me.
He was correct. For me everything was fine and they were not needed.
Why risk screwing up the AL process that was complete, or mostly complete. I can see that now. He did say if there were problems in the future just bring it in.
He had one hard AL Cherokee owner that he said would take up to 10,000 miles to fully adapt. They had done the TSBs and the drive TSB which helped. But as he told me it still needed to finish on its own.
That owners driving was the worst case. That is short, low mileage drives that did not give the TCM/ AL software time to learn and retain what it learned.