We really can't help you much with this type of issue. This needs to be resolved between you and the dealership.
If it were mine, I would have a technician from the dealership take a drive with you and try to recreate the problem so THEY can experience it.
If it is something else other than what they originally diagnosed, the true root cause needs to be properly diagnosed and a competent dealer technician should be able to do that....
Keep your cool and explain the situation to them as best you can. Good luck.
Without data, all you have is an OPINION!
Past Jeeps: '49 ******, '81 Scrambler, '88 Comanche
Current Jeep: 1999 XJ Sport, bone stock, daily driver.
I work on Jeeps!!
Last edited by tjwalker; 11-05-2013 at 05:31 PM.