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Okay guys, I have gotten another recall on my 2022 3500 are their anybody else getting a lot of recall, it seem like since day one something have been going on.
 

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Okay guys, I have gotten another recall on my 2022 3500 are their anybody else getting a lot of recall, it seem like since day one something have been going on.
Thats what happens when things are thrown together and way overcomplicated its only going to get worse as the years progress
 

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That’s what happens when a manufacturer actually takes responsibility for their eff ups. Recalls are good.
 

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It seem like that the dealer have my truck more than me, I just have to ask them can I borrow my truck from you for a month or so, man.
People were saying the same thing when the ‘17s and ‘18s were new. Shaking out the bugs because of so many changes then it’ll be fine.
 

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I had those and the one I have now is the transmission fluid being expelled from the dipstick tube, which may come in contact with ignition sources within the engine compartment and cause a fire without warning. So, this sound serious should I drive it or not.
 

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Because it's junk now. Instead of making them fancier with all of these unnecessary electrical things. How about just make them reliable. Why not a fn 300k warranty?
 

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This last one said: The can result in transmission fluid being expelled from the dipstick tube, which may come in contact with ignition sources within the engine compartment and cause a fire without warning. Transmission Dipstick.
 

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So far I've only had 2 on my '21 HO. The grid heater relay and tailgate.
 
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This last one said: The can result in transmission fluid being expelled from the dipstick tube, which may come in contact with ignition sources within the engine compartment and cause a fire without warning. Transmission Dipstick.
I'm not towing any time soon so I'm not worried about it but will keep my eyes on it, I've also been told CEL will come on before ATF is pushed out the fill tube, IIRC out of the many thousands of trucks in this recall about a dozen or so have reported a fire and have not read of any that totaled the truck, my local FCA SA said ( my SA also owns a diesel truck involved in this recall) if your currently not showing any signs of a problem then most likely your not going to have a problem... Also if your really worried you can keep the dash screen set to the trans temp that way if it gets to high you can pull over to check on it..
 

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I'm not towing any time soon so I'm not worried about it but will keep my eyes on it, I've also been told CEL will come on before ATF is pushed out the fill tube, IIRC out of the many thousands of trucks in this recall about a dozen or so have reported a fire and have not read of any that totaled the truck, my local FCA SA said ( my SA also owns a diesel truck involved in this recall) if your currently not showing any signs of a problem then most likely your not going to have a problem... Also if your really worried you can keep the dash screen set to the trans temp that way if it gets to high you can pull over to check on it..
Exactly.

Supposedly this same event can happen with the older trucks. Thing is, there’s a lot more idiot drivers now who don’t monitor temps and don’t care about CELs. Thus, FCA has to do their best to make the truck idiot proof.
 
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