I gotta find a lawyer that'll take the case first. One of the lawyers I spoke with has advised me to acquire an analysis -or- inspection report of my own to combat the warranty denial. Show some sort of proof that it was in fact a manufacturing defect. Otherwise, he's not interested in taking the case.What has your legal counsel advised you to do? At this point there's nothing else to discuss, you either lawyer up or swap the motor and get on with it. Months and months of soliciting bureaucratic morons will continue to yield the same results. Cummins will not help you, as mentioned previously FCA has zero financial interest in helping you nor do they have a reason to at this point. Either way this will cost a lot of money, but I personally would go broke suing them before I put an engine in it.
Apparently having a stellar history of maintenance receipts isn't good enough to fight this? I mean, these FCA guys got me good.
I contacted Bosch Automotive Service Solutions her in Indianapolis, they said, "We are the third party inspection company that looked at your vehicle, FCA should have emailed the results to you. If you have not received them I can send them a request, as the third party we do not know the outcomes."
I thought it was pretty interesting that FCA is telling me the inspection is proprietary, but the third party inspector is under the impression the results are sent to the owners of the vehicle. I replied, "I do appreciate the speedy response to my inquiry. Please see the attached pdf of an email I received from FCA claiming the inspection report is considered proprietary and not available. If you can send a request I would be greatly appreciative. I'm at a loss of what to do considering the contradictory information I have received regarding my right to the inspection report."
He went on to say he'd send over a request for the report on my behalf, but likely not going anywhere.