Jeep Wrangler: STARTING THE ENGINE — GASOLINE ENGINE (IF EQUIPPED) / AutoPark

AutoPark is a supplemental feature to assist in placing the vehicle in PARK should the situations on the following pages occur. It is a back up system and should not be relied upon as the primary method by which the driver shifts the vehicle into PARK.

The conditions under which AutoPark will engage are outlined on the following pages.

WARNING!

  • Driver inattention could lead to failure to place the vehicle in PARK. ALWAYS DO A VISUAL CHECK that your vehicle is in PARK by verifying that a solid (not blinking) “P” is indicated in the instrument cluster display and on the gear selector. If the "P" indicator is blinking, your vehicle is not in PARK. As an added precaution, always apply the parking brake when exiting the vehicle.
  • AutoPark is a supplemental feature. It is not designed to replace the need to shift your vehicle into PARK. It is a back up system and should not be relied upon as the primary method by which the driver shifts the vehicle into PARK.

If the vehicle is not in PARK and the driver turns off the engine, the vehicle may AutoPark.

AutoPark will engage when all of these conditions are met:

  • Vehicle is equipped with an eight-speed transmission
  • Driver’s door is ajar or if the driver’s door is removed and the driver is not on the seat (seat pad sensor detects driver missing)
  • Vehicle is not in PARK
  • Vehicle speed is 0 mph (0 km/h)
  • Ignition switched from RUN to OFF

NOTE:

For Keyless Enter-N-Go equipped vehicles, the engine will turn off and the ignition switch will change to ACC mode.

If the vehicle is not in PARK and the driver exits the vehicle with the engine running, the vehicle may AutoPark.

AutoPark will engage when all of these conditions are met:

  • Vehicle is equipped with an eight-speed transmission
  • Driver’s door is ajar or if the driver’s door is removed and the driver is not on the seat (seat pad sensor detects driver missing)
  • Vehicle is not in PARK
  • Driver’s door is removed
  • Vehicle speed is 1.2 mph (1.9 km/h) or less
  • Driver’s seat belt is unbuckled
  • Brake pedal is not pressed

The message “AutoPark Engaged Shift to P then Shift to Gear” will display in the instrument cluster.

NOTE:

In some cases the ParkSense graphic will be displayed in the instrument cluster. In these cases, the gear selector must be returned to “P” to select desired gear.

If the driver shifts into PARK while moving, the vehicle may AutoPark.

AutoPark will engage ONLY when vehicle speed is 1.2 mph (1.9 km/h) or less.

The message “Vehicle Speed is Too High to Shift to P” will be displayed in the instrument cluster if vehicle speed is above 1.2 mph (1.9 km/h).

WARNING!

If vehicle speed is above 1.2 mph (1.9 km/h), the transmission will default to NEUTRAL until the vehicle speed drops below 1.2 mph (1.9 km/h). A vehicle left in the NEUTRAL position can roll. As an added precaution, always apply the parking brake when exiting the vehicle.

4WD LOW

AutoPark will be disabled when operating the vehicle in 4WD Low.

The message “AutoPark Disabled” will be displayed in the instrument cluster.

Additional customer warnings will be given when both of these conditions are met:

  • Vehicle is not in PARK
  • Driver’s door is ajar

The message “AutoPark Not Engaged” will be displayed in the instrument cluster. A warning chime will continue until you shift the vehicle into PARK or the driver’s door is closed.

ALWAYS DO A VISUAL CHECK that your vehicle is in PARK by looking for the "P" in the instrument cluster display and on the gear selector. As an added precaution, always apply the parking brake when exiting the vehicle.

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