Don't believe a fix is in the works. Check the postings. It's been promised for many, many months. Last October, the District Manager for Western North Carolina and East Tennessee promised me a fix was being road tested at that moment and would be installed in February, 2013. In December, "Orlando" who described himself as my "sole customer service contact" with Jeep after I complained, called to say the software update would be installed in February. (After it wasn't, "Orlando" won't return my calls beginning March 7.) And a local tech called in January to tell me the fix would be ready last month. Look what model years are affected. They did give me a 100,000 extended warranty when I escalated. But if Chrysler can't keep its word and fix it under the regular warranty, why should they fix it under the extended warranty? Anyone have experience with their state's Lemon Law?