check your codes again since now you are getting the airbag light, I'm thinking its your clock spring now because of the airbag light now also, but with those damn electronics who knows
Well I took it to the dealalership today and spoke with the service tech before he drove it in and told him EVERYTHING I have stated in this thread.
He used the diagnostic Chrysler scan tool and then a Air bag only scan tool.
He then procedeed to basically look for and open connection behind the air bag and on the steering colum for the remainder of the time.
And then maybe last 10 minutes, give or take 3 or 4 minutes, he did a pressure test on my radiator cause it has been weeping from the bottom of the tanks and looked at my transfer case cause it has real slow leak also.
Bottom line they charged me $190.00 to tell me what I told them
when I took it in.
" I think the clockspring is bad " WTF !!!
I could agree with one hour
of labor but this seems like a classic "stalling to get more service time"
rippoff . I am more than slightly
Now it's another $358.00 for the clockspring and labor.
They are getting me a new Radiator under warranty. Like that is gonna make up for the overcharge on the diagnostic labor for the clockspring?
The transfer case leak is coverd by the lifetime drivetrain warranty.
Chrysler is covering the radiator and labor at 42.6k miles but NOT the clockspring and labor....... this does not make any sense
to me at all