While this could one of several causes, one the dealer should be looking at. I'm thinking the module the keys plugs into itself, or would be the pushbutton (perhaps called the WIN). On the previous generation, this would cause stalling, and could easily be replaced and the module was fairly cheap. Keys did not need to be re-registered.sounds like a wcm(wireless control module) failure
Can it be started in neutral? I know that with a normal key you can put the car in neutral and restart while coasting but I've never tried it with a push button ignition. You'd probably have to put your foot on the brake enough to illuminate the brake lights to override the interlock but that would still be better than a complete stop and putting it in park.I've got the restart down to 3 seconds, wave my arm for behind traffic to see, hard brake, throw into park, press the button to get out of run, foot on brake, press button to restart, slam into drive and stand on it
Interesting, mine has just started stalling after pressing start only a couple of times in the past month or two. And when cold my wipers come on when I but on the turn signal, Bit only when really cold outside. Got 160k on mineI haven't posted in this thread for awhile, but as an update: I was having stalling issues (on startup) as well. I thought it was possibly the fuel relay or something else to do with the whackadoo TIPM recall fix...but it turned out to be a dying alternator, and replacing that fixed it. Some other odd problems I had been having (windshield wipers turning on when I used the turn signal, for example) which I had attributed to the TIPM also ceased after the alternator replacement.
Hope that info can help some people
Very sad indeed. Hope this isn’t the fix. That’s 5 minutes and a $20 part. I’ve changed mine twice as well.Very sad, got a text from a reliable Chrysler factory source, all their going to do is replace the relay again on this second recall, hope that is not true. I've put in two brand new relays to see if that was causing the stall. It did NOT fix the stall