Some people are reporting that it's not showing up in the ap yet, but if they search by their vin they find it. It was released today, so it may take a little time to show up for everything as notifications are rolled out.How do we know if our 4xe is included in this? Is there an open recall? Sorry I'm pretty new to this whole thing, only had my 2023 for a week. Not showing any recalls on mine currently.
yes, this specific one is for wranglers. Looks like it's probably the same as the recall that appeared and then disappeared from the GCsJust checked my GC no recalls. Was that only for Wranglers?
Yes, it doesAnyone know if it adds latching drive modes to 2023s?
Sounds like it did its job.Had form 1 time since updates but it didn’t last very long
I don't know. It may be targeting a different group of vehicles than what 18-011-23 applied to. You should be able to search your vin to see if this applies to your vehicle or not. If it does, it definitely wasn't what was performed on a previous tsb you received.Is this the same fix they would’ve done as part of TSB 18-011-23? Wondering if I’ve already had it done or if there’s more involved with this one.
Not a huge surprise since it's also a PCM reflash. We won't really know the answer to your question until someone with a 22 has the 23A update performed and can report the ecu software part number. Of course, even if it's different, it may be the same basic software load, just adapted to whatever difference it is that makes some 22s apply and some not. If I had the guess, I'd bet the 22s that 23A applies to are really late builds and are basically running the same configuration as the 23s, which is why they're separated... but that's pure speculation on my part.I only ask as the repair procedure sounds very similar.