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Old 07-09-2014, 09:32 PM
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Re: Attention JGC Overland or Summit owners....

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I used to use it all the time when I had the 22's on there. I loved the stance it had. But since I moved to the "offroad" look, I keep it at Offroad 1 all the time.
I didn't realize it would stay in OR1 at normal driving speed. I'll have to give it a try.


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Old 07-09-2014, 09:48 PM
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Yeah, it will lower when you go above 40 mph. So for cruising around town its perfect.
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Re: Attention JGC Overland or Summit owners....

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How often do you guys use the "park" setting? I usually use it when I'm parking for the night or at work. Do some use it more often than that or never?


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I never use it, havent found a reason to yet. I imagine when I put the 275/65/r18s on I wont be able to use it, but it doesnt bother me.

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Re: Attention JGC Overland or Summit owners....

Cool feature.
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Old 07-09-2014, 11:23 PM
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I never use it, havent found a reason to yet. I imagine when I put the 275/65/r18s on I wont be able to use it, but it doesnt bother me.

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I have 275/65R18 STMaxx on, they are fine in park, but rub a little at full steering lock. If I have it in park height I tend to manually put it up to normal height before maneuvering in car parks.
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Old 07-09-2014, 11:42 PM
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Re: Attention JGC Overland or Summit owners....

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I have 275/65R18 STMaxx on, they are fine in park, but rub a little at full steering lock. If I have it in park height I tend to manually put it up to normal height before maneuvering in car parks.
That's awesome, I was wondering how they would fit. My ATX wheels are 35 offset too which is 21mm less than stock so if they're rubbing on the inside I may be ok. What wheels you got? I don't have a garage yet but it would be nice to know if I can use it in park mode when I get one. Most of the time if parking in a garage you're turning to full lock So...
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Re: Attention JGC Overland or Summit owners....

Do I use the driver's seat easy entry/exit mode...never. Takes too long waiting for the seat to move all the way back when getting out, and move back to normal setting when getting back in. I'm also afraid to burn out the seat motor if I use this setting all the time. Maybe I use it if I hurt myself or something.

Now as for the easy entry for the air suspension, I lower it for my elderly riders, when washing the vehicle, and for showing off to my friends. I also like the fact that it raises the vehicle to normal height automatically when I forget. I raise it to OR2 when I'm working underneath. I really like this air suspension feature.

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Re: Attention JGC Overland or Summit owners....

I use it at the drive thru ATM or when the dogs are getting in the Jeep.
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Re: Attention JGC Overland or Summit owners....

I use it daily when I pull into the driveway. It makes it easier for my wife to get in the vehicle. I also push that button when I go into many parking garages to get a little more headroom "comfort".
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Re: Attention JGC Overland or Summit owners....

I always use it when washing the car. Makes reaching the roof easier. When parking, if I remember, I'll press the button, but it sucks it's not automatic on the early 14's.
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Re: Attention JGC Overland or Summit owners....

Is there a setting to have the QL drop to the Park position automatically when you put it in park the way you can set the seat to automatically adjust for easy-out? Or do you always have to push the QL button?
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Is there a setting to have the QL drop to the Park position automatically when you put it in park the way you can set the seat to automatically adjust for easy-out? Or do you always have to push the QL button?
I know in the 14's there is a setting in Uconnect you can check off for this.
It is in mine and it's a Sep 13' build.
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