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Old 09-07-2011, 11:32 AM   #31
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Read this and tell me what you think.
Now- I'm not trying to push this thing on anybody. gives a pretty good idea on what
I'm talking about.

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Old 09-08-2011, 02:21 PM   #32
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Well stopped by a local dealer yesterday explained the issue and had a tech ride with me and drive it, he agreed and felt the hesitation when shifting but had no clue as to what was going on....??? I'll be dropping it with them for a few days to get some warranty paint issues fixed and they are going to look into it. I'll post once I pick it up and see let you know if they consider this normal.

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Old 09-08-2011, 02:24 PM   #33
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Thanks for the update.
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Old 09-08-2011, 02:46 PM   #34
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Mine did it again yesterday but went away this morning i drove alittle more aggressive after i felt it
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Old 09-08-2011, 03:42 PM   #35
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I don't have that problem and my son son tells me I really baby it because I rarely shift above 2200 RPMs. I get 21 - 25 MPG city - highway consistently.

Mine is a 2011 JK 2 dr 6 speed with 3.21s and stock wheels and tires.

It has a little over 12000 miles on the odometer. I use any gas that's available.

I have driven / owned racing Corvettes, Camaros, CTSs and many other highly throttle responsive vehicles so I recognize hesitation when it happens.

As I mentioned above, my Jeep does not hesitate. I hope the OPs dealer gets to the bottom of it in case it happens to any one else down the road.
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Sorry to bring up this old thread but, I just started having this problem again for the 3rd time in the last few months. The dealer said they dont know what is causing it and so they dont know how they would even correct the problem. They did acknowledge there is a studder and that its not normal.. Did anybody here figure out what is causing this? Throttle by wire? driving like a pansey? High altitude driving? All of the above? Damm its very frustrating.
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Mine has just started doing it - cruising slowly at a constant 60km/hr (bout 35mph) in 4th is the most noticeable. So peddle is steady, flat road etc, and it feels like it misses every now and then.

It only started doing it after the last fill up, so I am thinking it may be fuel related. Missus just filled up today at a different servo so will see if it makes any difference.
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http://www.superchips.com/forum/view...=8799&start=15

Read this and tell me what you think.

I had/have the same issue at times. More so in the summer.
Yesterday I filled up at Mobile. Happened twice. I got this nasty hesitation-not sure what gear-was either 3rd or fourth.

Originally I thought it was the DBW delay. But that is now min with my SB/SC combo
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Read this and tell me what you think.

I had/have the same issue at times. More so in the summer.
Yesterday I filled up at Mobile. Happened twice. I got this nasty hesitation-not sure what gear-was either 3rd or fourth.

Originally I thought it was the DBW delay. But that is now min with my SB/SC combo
Pretty intresting to see that so many people have the same problem and when I go to the dealership the service manager clames hes never heard of the problem. I find that hard to belive. I would try the SC/SB combo but SC isnt supporting the 2011's yet.
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I do some digging around some more experience, more than others, usually more, if your jeep is babied conclusion. ECU should learn your driving style, and make appropriate adjustments.
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Old 04-07-2012, 10:19 AM   #41
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I am having the same problem when shifting into 4th and 5th. Not all the time and from what I have read it is not a fuel issue but a engine management issue (ECU?). I can not get it to reproduce itself for the dealer. I do have a habit of babying the thing so I will try to be a little more agressive.

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