I just had this happen with my 2015 Hellcat. Clutch pedal gave out about 4 weeks ago. I had my cat towed to a local Dodge service center two few weeks ago and the diagnosis came back $$$$. The clutch assembly was worn down and the clutch master cylinder push rod to the actuator was broken. I was surprised since I have only 10,000 miles on the clock.
My cat needed a pressure plate and disc clutch kit and a new clutch concentric slave actuator assembly. My service writer called me two days later to deliver some bad news. Both parts are back-ordered across the country with no determined date of availability. I was told my cat could be celebrating New Years (or longer) in the service center's back lot. I asked for the parts numbers so I could look for them myself online. The good news is that both parts can be purchased from Mopar online e-stores for about $1800 (as opposed to the service center ask of close to $3000). The bad news mirrored what my service writer had already told me. Both parts were back-ordered with no clear delivery date.
I called about 13-14 online e-stores only to get the same news. The last store I contacted (in Milwaukee) had a contact telephone number. When I called, I actually connected with a rep. He told me the same bad news. Parts are back-ordered. I thanked him for his time and was about to hang up when the rep asked me where I was calling from. I told him Southern California and he checked his database. He told me he found one Dodge service center about an hour north of where I live that had one clutch kit in their inventory. I quickly called that dealership's parts department and they confirmed they had the part. The retail price was $2600. I asked if they could help me out on the price and the parts manager approved to let it go at their cost ($2275). Later that night, I found an aftermarket actuator on RockAuto for $345.
I just got my cat home yesterday afternoon. There were two other small details that needed attention including having the trans flywheel resurfaced at a local machine shop and replacing the master cylinder clutch actuator. I also opted to buy a Barton short throw shifter after my service writer offered to install it for free since they already had the trans pulled apart.
This was the most expensive single issue repair in more than 45 years of my personal vehicle ownership history, but a cat with a broken clutch pedal is even more depressing especially since I'm still making payments. I hope your experience will not be nearly as expensive. I listed the breakdown below in terms of what I paid. The pressure plate and disc clutch kit still remains on backorder but there are less costly aftermarket kits available from Ram Clutch. I chose to hunt for the factory kit because Dodge service centers can't offer their two year warranty on non-OEM parts. And (of course) if you have the shade-tree mechanic skills to do this yourself, you can save yourself a significant portion of the total cost.
- pressure plate and disc clutch kit (part # 5038769AB): $2275
- clutch concentric slave actuator assembly (part #5038118AB): $345
- master cylinder clutch actuator (part #68265776AA): $175
- Resurfacing the trans flywheel: $60
- labor (8.5 hours at $170 per hour): $1445
- California State tax and other crap like waste and disposal fees: $300
Good luck to you!