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Old 07-13-2013, 12:43 AM   #1
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I have 2013 AEV wrangler jk with 1800 miles on it. its been at the dealership for the last 2weeks it will not shift out of 1st gear the code that pops says no final drive. Can anybody please help these techs figure out this problem

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Wow that's got to be aggravating . Sorry to hear it. Althoug I have no help to offer I will wish you luck.

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After 2 weeks, I'd be going threw withdrawals without my jeep.
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What did AEV say when you asked them?
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its at the jeep dealership now havnt talked to AEV yet thought it was more of a jeep problem than an AEV problem
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I bet they re geared it and never changed the ratio with the procal or something is wrong with the axle ratio in the system.
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Old 07-13-2013, 01:24 AM   #7
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After 2 weeks, I'd be going threw withdrawals without my jeep.
hell yea only drove it for month 1800 miles on it paying for something I cant drive
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What did AEV say when you asked them?
havnt talked to AEV yet thought it was more of a jeep problem
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I bet they re geared it and never changed the ratio with the procal or something is wrong with the axle ratio in the system.
no I ordered it with the ratio I wanted to have from jeep so there was no reason change
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It doesn't mean it wasn't hit with a procal. If tire size, or low pressure monitoring trip level changed a procal would have been used. Great tool, but if a mistake is made, you can enter some ridiculous things. When I first did it to adjust tire size, I deleted the diff ratio on accident. My Jeep had shifting issues, as well as no working speedometer, and accrued no mileage until I figured it out for 5 miles.

Of course, the dealer would likely have flashed the memory in some way to clear that first thing.
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It doesn't mean it wasn't hit with a procal. If tire size, or low pressure monitoring trip level changed a procal would have been used. Great tool, but if a mistake is made, you can enter some ridiculous things. When I first did it to adjust tire size, I deleted the diff ratio on accident. My Jeep had shifting issues, as well as no working speedometer, and accrued no mileage until I figured it out for 5 miles.

Of course, the dealer would likely have flashed the memory in some way to clear that first thing.
yes they flashed it replaced the TPMS,TCM,valve body,solenoids u name it they replaced it
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yes they flashed it replaced the TPMS,TCM,valve body,solenoids u name it they replaced it
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