Didn't do a thing for mine. Funny thing, the day it started to fail the car started rough as if it didn't have enough voltage, but started, Auto Stop-Start function didn't work for awhile, obviously the car'a ECU won't allow that function until the battery has full charge again. After that day it didn't happen again. Last Thursday it didn't start in the morning, jumped it and started without much hesitation. Used it all day without issue, but decided to get a new battery, good call as my Stelvio had the original 2018 Mopar battery; good run for a battery. So, installed a new DieHard Platinum AGM battery. Well, after installing the new battery the ambient temperature sensor has been working perfectly, reads temp pretty close to real and correctly goes up and down according to outside temp. So, now I'm wondering if the issue corrected because the system reseted when swapping batteries or if the problem was a voltage issue caused by the previous battery not keeping proper voltage. Oh well, it's a Chrysler product, only time will tell; I've owned many Chrysler and Jeep vehicles as to know that all my Chrysler vehicles have had an electrical Gremlin that gets to work every now and then. Always been lucky enough to be able to fix them. If it starts to give problems again I have a replacement sensor in my garage waiting.