Islander2 said:Car never did do a "blue smoke" thing or burning oil smell as you would expect from ring issue and never had any compression issue either. Never had a drip of oil on garage floor. It's like the oil just would disappear over usage time without any of the usual symptoms. Kept power as well, maybe used a little more gas. And as I said before, the plugs were pristine when replaced at 100K....no black residue or sooty material at all. Guess I'm old school and just expect an engine to use oil when it gets a lot of miles on it. Have always cared for my cars and felt, in many respects, I could care better for it than the dealer. I did add a can of fuel treatment every few tankfuls to keep injectors clean and never had any problems on the fuel delivery side.
It could be something different than was included in the original service bulletin.Islander2 said:Thanks Rednox. Mine is a 2015 3.6 and still has the issue. It's more of a noise thing than a shudder. I'll check thru posts.