New for 2014, the Jeep Cherokee is a small, four-door, five-passenger crossover with some Jeep blood still coursing through its fuel system.An available 4WD system and underbody skidplating means the Cherokee can hold its own off the beaten path.Jeep has had continuing trouble with its new-for-2014, nine-speed automatic transmission found in the Cherokee and other Fiat Chrysler vehicles including the 2015 Chrysler 200 sedan. spokeswoman said the updated transmission software is “intended to keep the vehicle performing as intended, and to prevent durability issues from occurring in the future.” This is hardly the first issue Chrysler has had with the nine-speed unit.Now the automaker is offering a solution by way of software updates. will begin to notify owners of 20 Jeep Cherokees along with owners of some 2015 Chrysler 200s powered by the 2.4-liter four-cylinder that the reprogrammed software is available at dealerships. The Cherokee’s original launch was delayed three months due to poor programming of the transmission shift module.Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), insurance companies, self-insured companies, and large businesses and businesses that provide health insurance to their employees must submit information returns to the IRS reporting on individual’s health insurance coverage.Other non-ACA information returns, such as Forms 1099, can be electronically transmitted through the Filing Information Returns Electronically system, also known as FIRE.
While it is not a recall, it is important that you visit a Chevrolet dealer as soon as possible to have the work performed.
FCA’s new nine-speed transmission is designed to help vehicles achieve great fuel economy while providing excellent drivability.
In theory, the unit works well, but with the improper electronic controls, things don’t go so smoothly.
Ke Ranger then waits for for three days before connecting with command and control (C2) servers over the Tor anonymizer network.
The malware then begins encrypting certain types of document and data files on the system.
The AIR system has different requirements than FIRE.