They gave me back my truck- not fixed. The dealer said dodge is releasing a TSB to clean the turbo and resolve the 2262 code. THey are going to fix next tuesday. I hope they get it done by thrusday cause I'm heading north for a week of fishing. I wonder what they'll do if they can't fix by thursday. I'll need a rental truck to tow my boat.
Good luck. I had mine in for this on Monday, but the dealer gave it back claiming that Chrysler recalled that TSB. Supposedly another dealer that wasn't supposed to perform it before Monday did so on Friday and ran into problems. Apparently it was serious enough to put a hold on things.
Now the dealer tells me to plan on bringing it back in a couple of weeks when it gets straightened out.
My problem with this TSB is that it's my belief that it is merely a bandaid for an underlying problem. I simply don't see how cleaning the turbo after only 7,200 miles will stop a soot buildup again in the future. There is something else inherently wrong going on here.
Guys, I love my truck and thought I was going to be one of the lucky ones. But at 7,200 miles this P2262 fiasco started and 2,000 miles later, 4 trips to the dealer and untold mobile desoots and manual regens I've contacted a lawyer to see what my options are.
Ironically, this is the first weekend I really need the truck to tow my 12K lb boat and I'm very uncomfortable doing it with a MIL illuminated. It's ironic to me that the MIL, by design, is used to bring awareness to the owner that there is a problem with the vehicle and/or one of its systems. Yet as the owner, when I take it to be serviced because of the illuminated MIL, when it cannot be fixed, now I am conveniently told to ignore it. I am having a problem with the double standard here. Ignore it is what they're verbally telling me, yet all the documentation from the factory (that their lawyers will use to defend their position) tells me not to under any circumstances.
Simply stated, I did not sign up to pay for, or be part of Chrysler/Cummins research and development team.