Re: Brake transmission interlock malfunction
Well, that, to me, is how it really feels, the vehicle is communicating with me and I am responding, as in a conversation. I love the feel of it, just not all the time. Where I live, traffic can be a pain, but thanks for the compliment on the wording! When you work in the automotive business like I do, and people come in asking about this or that, or bring their car in, and I ask, well, what is it doing? The typical answer I get is, "I don't know," to which I respond, "well, why not?"
I can ALWAYS tell when someone has driven my vehicle. Most importantly, just as in driving a manual, the vehicle will tell you what is wrong, you just have to be listening (granted sometimes for me, it has taken a few diagnostic tests to find out and trace exactly what the problem is), but every noise, smell, etc., is symptomatic of something.
It is all about being in tune with the vehicle. That is where the real fun comes in, and even with an automatic, I still enjoy the conversation of the engine hum, but a standard, well I have always said, if you own a Jeep, and it is not a standard, then you better know how to drive one, because off-road, now that is a trip!
As far as the exterior trimmings, I go to the dealer on Monday for my next scheduled maintenance, and hope to have an answer from them on that as to what they intend to do to correct that. If not, somebody at Chrysler customer service will have an e-mail from me in their inbox, because I have been bugging them long enough. Just hope nobody else has the same problem.
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