That message or similar has popped up a few times, but has always gone away as mysteriously as it has appeared. I’ve always chalked it up to a software glitch.Just today got a Suspension Failure Warning (Press OK to drive). It seems to drive normally, but I can't use the Cruise Control now. And, it says Emergency Braking is disabled.
Have you had your car in for H193 Body Control Module/Gateway Module (BCM/GWM) - Update ECU? This update and the Recall for Regenerative braking should probably be done. The GWM controls a lot of stuff (technical term). So if you haven't done H193 and H213, you might schedule some time and then let the dealer know about the error you encountered. They can do a software check on all the modules while it's in.And, as you predicted, the next day - things were back to normal. No problems. Thanks, folks!
You need to find an area around the dealership where you can demonstrate it. It's hard to troubleshoot anything that is intermittent. Take the service writer for a ride.I’ve brought my car back to the dealer twice. When I go over rough surfaces or different surfaces my steering wheel chatters. Alignment and wheels are properly aligned with correct pressure. I turn off lane keep assist and seems better but not like my F pace. Anyone have any similar issues. Oh I’m running 20s with 2000 miles.