Beware!Finally! I haven’t had it done yet but it has to be better than what we currently have
Mine doesn’t recall presets and starts up on XM preview channel. Debating taking it in...
The reason it doesn't recall your presets is because you haven't set them into either the memory setting 1 or 2. The seat memory is not just for the seat position at startup but also XM Radio presets, side mirror position, foot pedal position and climate control.
Make sure you have just 1 key fob in the vehicle. With the engine running and in park then set up everything you want to be remembered. That means not only your seat position but your XM Radio AM/FM/Serius channels, foot pedal position, side mirror positions etc. Now push the S button on the drivers door and either 1 or 2 memory button. Then and only then will the settings you want be remembered. If you want to change your channel presets in the future just recall that the way your seat or mirrors or anything is set at the time you push the S then 1 or 2 memory buttons then that's what will be remembered.
Well that blows. What's the point of OTA updating if you have to bring it in? Somebody isn't thinking.No. Have to bring to dealer. Software is over 10gb
Not an accurate statement. The access speed to the Internet is usually the limiting factor. Sometimes I get a faster connection over LTE on my phone than I get on my home wired network.We all know that a computer wired to the internet is faster than over wifi, same as now.
Where you find the build date?The TSB states that it applies to trucks built on or before January 14th. My Limited was built in February, and I am experiencing the Nav failure. As a work around I wait until the Nav is fully booted and displaying the map before plugging my iPhone in. Since doing that no failures.
This is making me wish I could just connect my Ram to my home WiFi network. I have 1 Gbps down/up, and I can pull more than 600 Mbps over WiFi.Uconnect will update automatically over the air(OTA) however if signal connection is weak then it will take longer or it may take many tries before the update is successful. The success of the update is a function of both file size and signal strength. Taking it to your dealer may necessary as they can get the fastest connection when hardwired to the truck. We all know that a computer wired to the internet is faster than over wifi, same as now.
The Uconnect software updates are separate from your vehicles Program Control Module program updates.
The software updates for your PCM and all the engine operating programs can only be done at the dealer. These programs do not update OTA. I bought mine in July 2019 and every time I went to the dealer there was a new update. FCA does not send out any notices of these PCM software updates but the updates have been frequent. Anytime you take your vehicle to the dealer for some type of problem, FCA requires the techs check for updates before proceeding any service.
Where you find the build date?