Question about 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Has anyone every recevied a notification from Chrysler that your vehicles computer has been updated? Took mine in today and it costed me $350 to have it updated.
The dealership told me the Chrysler was suppose to mail a notification of updates to the owners. The original bumper to bumper warrenty just expired 4 weeks ago. The dealership also wanted to charge me $549 for new sparkplugs, wires, pvc value and to clear the carbon out of the engine.
I would call the area zone manager.
If this dealership has been your only service utility I would ask the Service Manager if he could charge it out to another vehicle VIN number.
This may seem underhanded but I know it happens for good customers.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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