You just don't get it. The Bill of Material changed didn't happen until the date indicated, therefore the vehicle was technically built correctly on the line because that's the part it called for. It was either a planned release or release pending due to the new plate arrival date. I'm very confident that it was a conscious decision. Now whether one agrees with that or not is their business.If you read my original post I know they figured it out and started installing the correct plate after they realized what they did, no need to explain it to me. I may have been the first one to state when it changed. I got it direct from my communication with Jeep and had not seen it before that.
If you read all my post on this thread you will see my position is you are simply wrong. You make it sound like they planed to screw up and install standard JL plates with wrong information printed and stamped on it (Its suppose to be that way). I have the wrong plate that someone at Jeep decided to install on my Jeep when it was built. Just because some moron decided to stick a standard JL plate on my 392 because they forgot to issue a P.O. to a vendor or whatever the failure was at Jeep that lead them to put the silver plate on a number of Jeeps to cover the screw up does not make it okay for me. I expect more. Again read my prior post on this thread. I have been pretty clear on this throughout on this subject.
I love how you suggest I want a lemon law, buy back or a lawsuit over it. Not the case. Never said or implied that. Just want people to do the job they get paid to do and want the corporation we all support by buying Jeeps to do the correct thing when people that work for them do not do the job they get paid to do. I know that is a lot for you to wrap your mind around from reading your post but it is really that simple.
Its not just a different color, it has the wrong info on it.
To think you are a retired business consultant is laughable to me. Made me giggle, it really did. Is this what you would recommend to someone paying for your services? Just tell your customers screw you we know it's wrong but get over it we will do nothing to correct it and you can deal with it. After all they already spent the money who cares if its correct.
Wow, speaks volumes.
The point I was trying to make is simple: Only you will be able to resolve this, either work it out with the dealer or buy a plate and replace it. There's not going to be a recall, lemon law buy back, class action suit or other relief means.
In Jeep's eyes, it was correct when it was built.