Truck ran fine until it hit 2,500 miles, then it was a check engine light, after getting truck back from dealer all warning lights would come on at the same time when the temperature got over 95 degrees outside and the truck would start cutting out and would not start on occasion. After being left stranded three times and no fix from Dodge we took a loss and traded it. Might have had better luck at a different dealer service department.
Great ride and handling. Interior well thought out.
Better communications between Dodge and their service departments might help stop these sort of problems. Until then I will have a hard time buying another Dodge when they cannot figure out what a fix action should be for a new truck.
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