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2015 model year:

Powertrain Control module on vehicle may not detect failed O2 sensor.


Not a big deal. They just don't want us driving around, polluting more than we already are. :happyyes:
 

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same here. nothing received yet
 

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Yeah we got them for both Jeeps yesterday too...
 

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Got mine today as well.
 

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My VIN# on Mopar Connect showed no recalls for my Jeep this afternoon but guess what came in the mail today ?? Nope, not another catalog from Quadratec :)
 

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I was getting the first oil change (4x free) on my 2015 @ dealer and they actually did the recall PCM/O2 while I was there. The mailer came the next day, +1 dealer points for not making me return for the fix.
 

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Had mine done Friday. No big deal. I'm lucky thought. I know all of the guys at the dealership so it's always a good trip.
 

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Was in yesterday for tire rotation and oil change. Was brought to my attention about recall. Took them 5 minutes. It is a software update. It was announced six days ago. I got lucky.
Called my dealer about this and was told that after reprogram they would have to keep it at least 4 hrs to drive it as part of the reset. My question is has anyone done this yet, did they drive it (sounds a little weird) and when they reprogram the computer do you have to reset everything with procal?
 

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After dealer had my jeep all day, they just said it only applies to manual trans and I have auto. Don't see how an O2 sensor failure recognized by the PCM would be transmission specific? Anyone hear this BS from them?
 

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After dealer had my jeep all day, they just said it only applies to manual trans and I have auto. Don't see how an O2 sensor failure recognized by the PCM would be transmission specific? Anyone hear this BS from them?
The flux capacitor only applies to manual transmissions as well. If you got a recall notice in the mail it applies to you. On the recall slip is the last 7 or 8 digits of your VIN
 
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