Batteries were about 8 years old, and when put on test, then cranked engine, showed only 10.5 volts. Changes BOTH batteries,d with top of the line Napa Brand batteries. After installation, drove close to 250 miles, but the Comprehensive monitor did not "Complete".
Just returned from a 450 mile road trip, and still nothing has changed.
I am putting on UN-necessary mileage, AND using UN-necessary amounts of diesel. Out here in "The People's Republic of California", that product is very expensive !
After (Old) batteries died, I put a charge on them, let it charge overnight. Got in next morning and fired right up. NO CEL, NO DTC, or any warnings came on the instrumentation panel.
I have had a Banks Power pack kit, I installed about 20,000 + miles ago, and was always in the system. When the (dreaded) smog test would be needed, smog guy took note of the CARB sticker Banks provides (Basically CARB blessed it) and have NEVER had any issues before.
Another thing I did install was a Banks exhaust brake. It came with its only little computer module. Before the 450 mile round trip, I removed the Power Pack computer, to completely get it out of the system.
I am starting to believe Chrysler / Dodge knows they have a problem there, but will never own up to it, as the CORRECT WAY to fix it.
Thanks for your reply.
I have added a bit more info, so someone reading may have another idea.