Here's two possible scenarios, hope one of them helps. As far as the stumble, are you in econ mode or is that off? I'd assume the dealer could get you fixed up if need be.
Wind noise link:
Possible rough idle:
It sucks that VW doesn't inform their owners like Chrysler does, as in the rough idle link above.
Hope something here helps, just in case the link eventually doesn't work I'll embed it here too.
Customer Satisfaction Notification L-41
At Chrysler Group LLC, you can be assured that we are changing the way we look at quality. To prove our
commitment to quality, the company is investing in and prioritizing improvements for every vehicle that we build.
As part of that commitment, we are also targeting existing vehicles on the road today and contacting our customers
to provide these quality improvements, at no charge, that will help to improve your ownership satisfaction.
We are recommending the following improvements be performed on some 2011 model year Dodge Ram Trucks
with a 4.7 liter engines, Chrysler Town and Country and Dodge Grand Caravan vehicles equipped with a
3.6 liter engines.
The Powertrain Control Module (PCM) on your vehicle (VIN: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx)
may internally fail the oxygen sensor heater sense circuit due to a software error in the
power down strategy. If the circuit is damaged, the On Board Diagnostic system will
illuminate the Malfunction Indicator Lamp.
What your dealer
Chrysler will service your vehicle free of charge (parts and labor). To do this, your
dealer will verify that the circuit has not been damaged and reprogram the PCM or if the
circuit has been damaged, the PCM will be replaced and reprogramed. The work will take
about ½ hour to complete. We recommend that you make an appointment with your dealer
to minimize your inconvenience.
What you should
Simply contact your Chrysler, Jeep, or Dodge dealer, at your convenience, to schedule a
service appointment. Your dealer will collect the necessary information to ensure that the
appropriate parts are available so your service can be completed in a timely manner.
Although not required, we recommend bringing this letter with you to your dealer, when
you bring your vehicle in for this service.
If you need help: Please contact the Chrysler Customer Assistance Center at 1-800-853-1403.
The State of California requires the completion of emission recall repairs prior to
vehicle registration renewal. Your dealer will provide you with a Vehicle Emission Recall
Proof of Correction Form after the recall service is performed. Be sure to save this form
since the California Department of Motor Vehicles may require that you supply it as proof
that the recall has been performed.