I'm new to the forum and a little sad my introductory post is a service issue. I have a '15 Trailhawk with 1300 miles on it. So far I love it. It's comfortable and fun and fits my needs and a few of my wants. This morning however I had severe issue. I pulled the car out of the garage and put into park and closed the garage door and when I situated myself and shifted the car back into drive, it felt like all four wheels were locked up. My dash lit up like a Christmas tree with warnings, service abs, service 4wd, etc. The vehicle would not move.
I called roadside and scheduled a tow. I noted the Parking Brake light was not on at all despite all the warnings. Nor would it toggle on if I depressed the switch. When starting the vehicle after this the display showed:
Immediately after that message displayed it showed:
I cycled the key off and on 2 or 3 more times, (including cycling the shifter into drive) and the fourth time the failure messages dropped completely, as if nothing had happened. This was the first time since I backed out of the garage I felt the brake pedal move as the parking brake engaged and noted the light was now illuminated on the parking brake lever.
I drove around the garage and everything was fine. No warnings or lights, and the wheels all moved freely. I shut it off and drove around the block, and nothing, everything functioned as it should.
After talking to Roadside I elected to cancel the call and drive to my dealer. They scheduled me for next week for a loaner vehicle (they have to replace a door panel anyhow, it was split at the switch when I bought it.)
I'm hoping I don't have a failure that leaves me stranded over the next week on one hand and disappointed that this car has already had 2 failures in 3 weeks which is already 2 more than both my Kia and VW in 3 years. On the other hand I do love it and hope this all gets worked out so I can enjoy my Trailhawk.