Actually for the Sirius XM you will have to call and give them your new radio ID. They will try and charge you a 15.00 fee. As long as you tell them your radio was replaced under warranty they will waive the fee. For your Uconnect features Dodge corporate will have to update that. Once they do that you should be in business.Yeah dealer did the work. May have to get another unit. The connector for the USB hub is not tight and keeps coming loose. Sirius is working still no wifi hotspot. ATT says FCA has to update their system. Dealer says corp has to do it.
Yeah I did the sirius thing myself. I dropped uconnect. It is the wifi hotspot that is not workingActually for the Sirius XM you will have to call and give them your new radio ID. They will try and charge you a 15.00 fee. As long as you tell them your radio was replaced under warranty they will waive the fee. For your Uconnect features Dodge corporate will have to update that. Once they do that you should be in business.
Thats a good thing I hope. So I called the MOPAR extended warranty people about this to see what they had to say. They said this issue would have been only covered in the bumper to bumper warranty. None of their plans even cover the head unit. They only cover the wiring harness. Go figure I guess.Might be making progress. Finally got someone at AT&T and got them the numbers out of my new head unit. The dashboard on the att website for vehicle wifi spots now no longer shows my truck, it is blank so maybe they are updating it finally.
My husband's 2018 dodge Ram is also having the same issue only now its just randomly pushing options on his screen on its own and won't let him really take calls or listen to music without it switching all the time he only has 27k miles on it should it still be covered over warranty?I looked in other Dodge forums and found where several people living in the south (mainly FL) have a problem with the screen "bubbling" due to delamination. I was surprised not to find anything on this forum. I have a 2018 RAM 2500 Power Wagon. We're now done with winter here in FL, but I didn't notice it until about the end of Feb. It's very noticeable. If heat is the issue, I wonder why it didn't start until Feb, when it was still rather cool. Unless it was a matter of it being cool (45-55) in the mornings and warming into mid-70 or higher during the day, plus considering the humidity. I don't have my windows tinted.... yet.
When I clean my screen, I spray screen cleaner lightly on a rag and wipe the screen, the same as you would do a computer screen.
This seems to be a manufacturer defect. Has anyone else noticed this issue? Thanks!
I would like to open a case for you and get you to a Uconnect specialist. If you'd like, please send us your VIN, email, phone number, and mileage to get started.My 2018 RAM 1500 Sport Night Edition just started with the screen delamination in the upper left corner at 40,000 miles. It started small but gradually got bigger. It hasn't been a particularly hot summer here in North Carolina, but I'm sure the heat had something to do with it.
I purchased the extended warranty when I bought the truck ('Platinum Wrap' bumper-to-bumper coverage through Axiom), and now I'm glad I did. They've finally agreed to cover the delamination repair/replacement under the extended warranty, but it took a few phone calls to a few different agents to get it approved. The total for the head unit and labor will be around $1400. I really think this should have been covered by Chrysler, as it appears it's happening quite a bit in the warmer climates.