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Was getting tbe P0369 code so I changed the camshaft sensors. I am getting the same codes again as well as tbe p2638 code and tbe CEL light is on as well. I have 80k on it and it is out of warranty so i was wondering if anyone has had this issue? Als, do i need to reset the ECU and how do i do that?? Ty.

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Just got a call from dealership, cam phasers were all replaced under 100k warranty, very happy!

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I'm having the same error code (P0369). The dealer reflashed the prom, first then replaced the camshaft phaser sensor unit. I'm still tripping the error code when freeway driving up steep hills with a load in the Jeep and maintaining 3500+ rpm for a long way. The esc warning light comes on and it goes into limp mode. I can turn off the limp mode and esc warning light with a restart, but the check engine stays on for about 3-fresh starts.
It's been to the dealer 4- times now, and apparently they can't figure it out.

Does anyone on the forum have any thoughts on how to address this issue?

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I'm having the same error code (P0369). The dealer reflashed the prom, first then replaced the camshaft phaser sensor unit. I'm still tripping the error code when freeway driving up steep hills with a load in the Jeep and maintaining 3500+ rpm for a long way. The esc warning light comes on and it goes into limp mode. I can turn off the limp mode and esc warning light with a restart, but the check engine stays on for about 3-fresh starts.
It's been to the dealer 4- times now, and apparently they can't figure it out.

Does anyone on the forum have any thoughts on how to address this issue?

Thank you
The dealership had to replace the oil pressure valve on mine, ni issues and so far it runs great.

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I'm having the same error code (P0369). The dealer reflashed the prom, first then replaced the camshaft phaser sensor unit. I'm still tripping the error code when freeway driving up steep hills with a load in the Jeep and maintaining 3500+ rpm for a long way. The esc warning light comes on and it goes into limp mode. I can turn off the limp mode and esc warning light with a restart, but the check engine stays on for about 3-fresh starts.
It's been to the dealer 4- times now, and apparently they can't figure it out.

Does anyone on the forum have any thoughts on how to address this issue?

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Hi 56huck,

There is also a STAR case that your dealership may be able to use for further diagnostics as well--that is case #S1618000050, and it covers the oil galley bolts.

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Thank you Jeep cares!
I just let my dealer know. The Jeep is there for the check engine light (again).
If you'd like, I can also open a case for our handling team--if you're interested, send me a DM with your VIN, and I can escalate. That way we can provide some additional support.

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If you'd like, I can also open a case for our handling team--if you're interested, send me a DM with your VIN, and I can escalate. That way we can provide some additional support.

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Thank you, Kori
I will take you up on your offer, if this trip to the dealer doesn't fix the problem.
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Let us know what happens.

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The dealer ordered the oil sensor (I forget the name of the part, but it's what was suggested earlier). They said they won't get the part for several days and they would let me know when it comes in.
Thank you for your follow up
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The dealer ordered the oil sensor (I forget the name of the part, but it's what was suggested earlier). They said they won't get the part for several days and they would let me know when it comes in.
Thank you for your follow up
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Yup let us know after repair if that fixed it.

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Well, mine is burning excessive oil again. No error codes. Have to go back to dealership, pay for an oil change and start another oil consumption test. This sucks.

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The dealer replaced the oil sensor switch a couple months ago. Someone told me this switches to a higher pressure (or volume) above 3300 rpm.
So far, so good. No check engine light. It appears to have worked (so far)
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The dealer replaced the oil sensor switch a couple months ago. Someone told me this switches to a higher pressure (or volume) above 3300 rpm.
So far, so good. No check engine light. It appears to have worked (so far)
Thanks for all the help!
Keep us updated. I'm going back to the dealership with mine.

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Keep us updated. I'm going back to the dealership with mine.

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Hi mrdeezus,

Feel free to send us a PM with any questions or concerns that may arise during your dealership appointment, we’re happy to help if needed!

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Hi mrdeezus,

Feel free to send us a PM with any questions or concerns that may arise during your dealership appointment, we’re happy to help if needed!

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Thanks just set an appt with the dealership to do another oil change/consumption monitoring. Thursday the 30th. I'll keep this thread updated.

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Just dropped it off at Dealership. Advised them to check off valve and replace if bad. Then do oil change to monitor consumption. It burned 2 quarts in 995 miles last time out. My second d Wrangler with the 3.6l and both times had oil issues. Hopefully it's a bad pcv valve and all will be good but if not it might be a whole new engine which would mean wrangler would be gone for weeks so let's hope for the former and not the latter.

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