Originally Posted by BKilburn
After 5 trips to the dealer and a formal letter to Chrysler Corp, Chrysler sent a team of technicians and kept my truck for a week. They ended up replacing the entire engine wiring harness. It has been a couple months and the issue has not returned. No the dealer didn't start with a P. It is the local Fort Myers dealership.
Well, my 2 day old 2014 Laramie with just 98 miles on the odometer, got dropped off at the dealer today.
Again, the alert first popped up with 14 miles on the odometer even before I signed the delivery paperwork. They stated it was in shipping mode.
I'm hopeful to get a response tomorrow as to what the issue is.
btw, how do they replace the entire engine wiring harness?
Do they have to pull your dash completely apart?
If so, do you have new squeaks and rattles now? As in my experience whenever panels come off for repair, they never seem to be put back on as well and usually begin to squeak and rattle.
Or do they replace all the wiring under the hood? If so, did you inspect to see if you have any paint scratches from the wiring harnesses hitting your car or from careless technicians leaning over your truck without putting protective covers over the 1/4 panels?