Re: 2014 Overland "Parksense" and trailers
The replacement panel with all for buttons was installed yesterday. I can now turn off Parksense at will. Yea!
It took some effort to get service & sales to take me seriously, with calls and visits to two dealers, a call to Customer Care, and a fair bit of my own research before my local dealer did any serious research. Maybe they are jaded by dumb customers, but the common reaction was that if the button wasn't there, it wasn't supposed to be there.
Along that line it is remarkable how little service & sales know about their cars. There was a great deal of speculation about engineering changes, touch-screen options, and trim level features, but little expertise.
A subtle irony is that my local dealer now has a single Summit in the showroom. It, too, is missing the button. I mentioned it to a salesman, but his reaction was pure skepticism. I'm glad it wasn't there before, as I expect they would have used it as proof that the button was supposed be absent.