After 4 weeks of quarantine, I took my daughter to 7/11 (gloved and masked up) about a mile away for ice cream. Warmed my baby up for a few minutes before, then putted over. On the way home, I put my right foot into its usual position, the floor. Came up to the red light 1/2 block from home and downshifted. No noise, nothing felt but my heater hose blew and it dumped all my coolant. Was relieved after figuring out the smoke was steam and my baby was not burning to death in front of me. Towed it to dealer next morning who, after more than week, got the hose. Then the tech drove it six freaking miles and all the cool and drained into the motor. Had 18,245 on odometer and now has 18,251. Motor is getting dropped now to find out whether the head is cracked or the gasket failed. My guess is the gasket first failed resulting in the added pressure bursting the heater hose and then the mechanic’s six mile punishing joyride killed the motor, but I’m just a dumb (bad ass) lawyer so what do I know. Informed by experience shared thoughts on the cause and whether FCA will try to rebuild or swap out for a new engine would be greatly appreciated. I’m worried the tech, who’s a kid and should have manually pressure checked my baby before idling for a bit, lacks the skill and experience to rebuild. This is my second huge issue, with the first being the factory’s failure to tighten my axle nut and resulting in a new hub, knuckle, etc., and 29 days loss of use. Love my TH, but worried she’ll never be the same.