I actually don't think so.
If Stellantis is telling you to ignore this message, which messages that the vehicle tells you are important?
A driver relies upon the vehicle's diagnostics to be informed of conditions like this.
Once one is dismissed, how can you trust others?
According to the written terms, holes are required.
But that doesn't mean you shouldn't try as Stellantis may be making repairs as part of a good will campaign.
As I stated, as long as they pick up the tab, it doesn't matter why.
There was a long argument in another thread about it.
It's unclear whether Jeep is doing it out of goodwill or under the 3/36, but the corrosion warranty specifically states there must be holes in the panel for the corrosion warranty to apply.
It's all just semantics of course as long as Jeep...
Dealerships can transition to manufacturer service depot.
Lose the sales side, but enough people will bring their vehicles in for service at $150+/hour (as they do now) to keep that side of the business afloat.
Also, of note is that Porsche does not provide free maintenance; from time to time...
I would disagree quite a bit here.
Virtually every car on the market has an enthusiast forum of some type, even regular sedans like Hyundai Sonatas or Toyota Camrys.
It is hard to find a board for another forum so filled with people getting buybacks as Jeep forums (not just the JL, this goes...
The problem is, how do you judge it?
If your Gorilla Glass windshield breaks, of course a regular glass windshield would’ve broken under the same circumstances.
However it is impossible to determine events where a regular windshield would’ve broken and the Gorilla Glass windshield did not; all...
Again, please point to the post I made where I said Stellantis wasn’t the arbiter.
Neither I nor anyone else ever said that.
Yet you need to throw yet another personal attack out there for no good reason.
You keep repeating this as if I or anyone else said anything different than this, as if it was a mantra.
No one ever said anyone other than Stellantis had the right to make this decision.
The key is if the paperwork says it was covered under the corrosion warranty, it would set a precedent...
Unless you've got proof it was done under the corrosion warranty, that means those fixes done after three years were done as goodwill repairs by Stellantis. (Something that will in itself be listed on your paperwork, as manufacturers always make sure to let you know it's being fixed out of...