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Exclamation Safety Recall N23 for WH anyone had it done yet?

Has anyone had the update done yet?and if everything went well.just wondering because there seems to be a fair bit of pros and cons on the Jeep Forum in the USA.
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Has anyone had the update done yet?and if everything went well.just wondering because there seems to be a fair bit of pros and cons on the Jeep Forum in the USA.
Hi Tardis, had mine done a couple of weeks ago. Have read the US forums as well. First thing I did was check 4low to make sure that no strange messages appeared on the dash.

So far so good.

BTW : only took about 15mins.

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Thanks Craig,i'll get mine done after Camp Coffs,just need to ring Stu to see if i need to remove GDE tune first.
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Thanks Craig,i'll get mine done after Camp Coffs,just need to ring Stu to see if i need to remove GDE tune first.
No worries mate.
The N23 recall does not effect the GDE Tune. I have the tune on mine and no problems.
I did check with the guys at Jeep prior to having it done. They reassured me that it would have no impact on the tune.

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I had mine done around 2-3 months ago, first on that Northstar did, no issues yet.
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I had mine serviced a few weeks ago. Have just checked and I now have the symptoms as described in other forums. I.e. instant service 4wd message which clears if the ignition is turned off and will not engage low range. Will be taking it up with the dealer first thing next week and report back.
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Just had it done last week
Been having service 4wd problems for months nothing left to replace
The transfer case had the wrong fluid in it put the right fluid in it just drove it to Melbourne hasn't thrown a service 4wd on the evic screen
butt did throw the usuall 0652 code twice have given up on that one just waiting for whatever it is to die can't justify taking guesses dealership had no idea
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I'm still a bit reluctant, mainly just because my local dealer has been rubbish in the past, and I don't have the time to risk dealing with them atm.

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did throw the usuall 0652 code twice have given up on that one just waiting for whatever it is to die can't justify taking guesses dealership had no idea
I assume you've pulled the code up?
It's almost definitely a short/bad circuit somewhere considering your other issues, and could even explain the whole lot.
Most mechanics and auto-elecs are only any good at interpreting the codes literally... so more-often-than-not it's gunna be hit-and-miss with electrical stuff.

If you somehow get motivated later, do another check over all the wiring looking for rubbing, especially for the stuff below;

P0652-SENSOR REFERENCE VOLTAGE 2 CIRCUIT LOW
Possible Causes
INTERMITTENT DTC
5-VOLT SUPPLY CIRCUIT SHORTED TO GROUND
CRANKSHAFT POSITION SENSOR
BOOST PRESSURE SENSOR
FUEL PRESSURE SENSOR
ENGINE CONTROL MODULE
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Going to get my mechanic to check it out when I get back the dealer gave me a heap of photocopied page's from the factory manual on how to check the sensor's as well as check for harness damage my mechanic wants it for a week when I get back hopefully that'll cure it
If only I could get rid of the tpms sensor's
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