update 10/26/20Spoke with the Dealer today and they are going to order the correct parts. They got it wrong the first time, but I am giving them the chance to fix it. The service writer has been friendly and helpful. I hope they get it right. I will update this thread when the work is completed.
I picked up the Jeep today from the dealership. They performed the TSB and put the correct steering box on TheJeep feels MUCH better, but still had a "dead" spot in the steering...just not as big. After checking the tire pressures, I noticed they filled the tires back to factory spec of 37. When I got home I lowered the pressure back to the 33 psi I had been running and went for another test drive. The steering improved even more. I took a look under the Jeep to inspect the work and found that they used an incorrect bolt or 2I have attached pics. I will purchase the correct bolts and install them myself. I also intend to check the torque on everything they touched before I travel any further. Fortunately, The Jeep is not a daily driver for me....I just wonder what I would do if this same type of scenario played out on my RAM truck, which is a daily driver