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Northeast4050

2019 AT4 shutting off when going from drive to reverse

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So twice now, both after initial startup I have put my truck in reverse, backed up, stopped and put it in drive, then attempted to go forward (all in a fluid motion with a very short stop) but found the truck had shut down. I am assuming this has to do with the auto start feature but it certainly shouldn't be doing this.

 

I talked to my trusted dealer and he said it definitely shouldn't be shutting down in reverse and furthermore the auto start feature shouldn't be activating until the truck has warmed up. He said if they could get it to replicate a TSB would likely go out on it and possibly a safety recall.

 

Has anyone else experienced this symptom?

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Very strange. Hasn’t happened to me. I’ve had my 2019 for 2 months and 2300 miles. Lots of reverse to drive moments every day, too. 

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How is your oil level?

 

I am picturing a couple quarts low...and as it is sloshing around in the pan from this operation...you get a loss of oil pressure and engine shut down.

 

Is it doing it on level ground or an angled surface?

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