Originally Posted by fireandicekarim
Hopefully they figure out the origin at least. It sucks that this is happening. I've told a few people who also own a 3rd Gen about the issue so that they're aware of it.
I appreciate this thread. Just had this exact problem happen to my 2015 with 31k miles. I'm REALLY pissed this wasn't an official recall, or wasn't recommended as something to proactively do at a previous service appointment, as the manual plainly states you shouldn't drive at ALL with the AT light on. Anyway, glad to hear that the reprogramming seems to work as there's not much discussion about this problem online.