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2022 Hellcat recall//FCA US LLC

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Looking at all the CARFAX for 2022 hellcat in the data. however all of them have "Recall #Z68 2022 LA LD LX TPMS SENSOR"
Question for the 22 hellcat owners. is this info accurate?

  • Manufacturer Safety recall issued
    • NHTSA #22V-504
    • Recall #Z68 2022 LA LD LX TPMS SENSOR
    • Status: Remedy not yet available
  • Click here for a copy of the owner letter for this Recall or call 1- 800-853-1403 if you have any questions or need additional information on this recall.
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Just got the recall alert on the Dodge App on my iphone today.
Now who the heck is gonna actually trust their local dealer to know how to work a tire machine without destroying a virgin set of rims??? Let alone if they actually have a modern tire machine that can handle rims these wide. Last time I was at my local dealer they told me they didn't handle rims over 18" 馃お
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No expiration but eventually they can decline to do them when they run out of parts. We had this experience with a 1987 Camaro IROC-Z. There was a GM safety recall for the crumbling plastic seat belt buckle release buttons. The recall is still on the books but GM doesn鈥檛 have the parts anymore to do them.
I like the way you think!
Funny thing: I brought my recall letter into the dealer to check on if I could just get the TPMS sensors and do it myself on a modern tire machine (Of course the service mananger said no). He looked up my VIN, on his computer. He said it deosn't show my VIN as being in the recall. I asked him what takes precedence? The fact I have a letter from Stellantis with my VIN on it, and the fact that all the Dodge Apps have a big alert on them about this recall with my VIN in them...or his computer that can't find my VIN. He of course said his computer. LOL
Tell them that the dealership doesn鈥檛 have a tire machine that won鈥檛 damage your $1700 (per wheel) wheels and that the dealership refuses to guarantee they would replace the wheels if damaged.
I just attempted to submit the reimbursement online but the website doesn't work. Once you spend all that time adding attachements and explaining in 225 spaces or less, the damn submit button doesn't do anything. So I called the number on the recall notice and spoke with someone. He sent me an email to initiate the reimbursement process and I uploaded the same stuff that I tried to upload on the website. He did say I may have to bring the car to a dealership to have the car scanned to prove it was done in the recall system. Otherwise it may continue to read as unresolved.
I just attempted to submit the reimbursement online but the website doesn't work. Once you spend all that time adding attachements and explaining in 225 spaces or less, the damn submit button doesn't do anything. So I called the number on the recall notice and spoke with someone. He sent me an email to initiate the reimbursement process and I uploaded the same stuff that I tried to upload on the website. He did say I may have to bring the car to a dealership to have the car scanned to prove it was done in the recall system. Otherwise it may continue to read as unresolved.
Wow that was fast: I replied to the customer service rep's email and submitted my recall reimbursement receipts and a long-winded essay on my dealer's reaction to my request that he pay for any damage to my wheels that may occur from their antique tire machine scraping the rims and look what showed up in my email this morning:

"Thank you for contacting Dodge Customer Care. We are happy to assist you with regards to your concern. Your satisfaction is important to us!
We are pleased to inform you that we have approved a total of $168.81 for the reimbursement. We will be sending the check to the mailing address on file for you. Please allow 30 calendar days for the check to arrive. Please don't hesitate to contact us for any other concerns. Thank you for your continued business with Dodge Automobiles."
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In the mail?
The dealer has ordered me mine. I didn鈥檛 realize there was a recall until they pulled it up when I was there getting my oil changed the other day. I guess enough people complained!
Do you have the part number? My dealer can鈥檛 seem to figure it out from the bulletin.
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