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My car does the same thing. I have had the shop look at it twice for this issue and they said nothing is wrong. I have contacted JAG USA for guidance as my warranty is about to expire.Report it
I had the same issue, and it appears to be related to the way you (or a previous owner) have been driving the car. The car "learns" the habits of drivers over about a thousand miles of use. As a result, the car performs in a manner consistant with usage. Please take the car to your dealer to have him reset this memory. After that, take care to drive the car in the way you wish for it to perform, and this will take about a thousand miles of driving. Hopefully, this will resolve your issue, as it did for me.Report it
The dealership has to do a "relearn" to the tune of $150.00Report it
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