You still driving it?I am. Livid. This is my third issue since I picked up my car. Still waiting on a new strut because it was leaking. Both the strut and fuel line parts are back ordered for weeks or months...
It's a crap shoot unless you have a relationship with your local dealer.Not to hijack the thread, but I just ordered out-of-state. I am not sure what to expect with local dealer warranty service. Any thoughts?
What dealer are you using? I am in your neck of the woods and am always on the lookout for a good dealer.It's a crap shoot unless you have a relationship with your local dealer.
I ordered outta state through a relative and the fact the local dealer wouldn't deal @ or below MSRP. Fortunately for me, most the service guys up there know my story. Dealer lost my Hellcat, Trackhawk and Demon order. That is three cars they could have sold but didn't.
I have used the local dealer for service and had good results so far. Nothing major was done but good is good.
I don't think the sky is falling. Spoke to my dealer today and while most, including mine, Trackhawk's are in the recall, there are some that aren't. I am going to continue to drive mine even though the recommendation is not to.Ordered TrackHawk from out of state. Wife headed to pick it up today and got call from dealer could not sell it because of recall They would be fined 21K per day if the did. Unbelievable....
Supposedly affects all TrackHawks nationwide. He does not know when parts will come in 2 days? 2 weeks? months? Dealer suppose to get me updated.
Wow... Makes you wonder if this harbinger of problems to come with this model. Maybe should look at the BMW X5M. Won't be the same since I love my SRT but has HUD/ night vision and such...
This really sucks!
Would be easy fix if just a missing clamp but assume that is a one way push on fitting on the rail. Note the X on the rail support. Does that mean passed inspection or failed?Seems perhaps a mechanic on the SRT forum has more enlightenment than FCA.
“You can locate the fuel line/tube from the fuel rail. Run your fingers from approx 1 inch from the fitting into the fuel rail and follow it back if you feel a seam on the bottom of the tube then you know you have the bad one if you do not feel it you do not have the one in question and while this line is possibly fine the new one will be much stronger and slightly oversized from the old.”