This is a discussion on Getting the AEM update today within the FCA/EPA 3.0L Diesel Settlement and AEM (Approved Emissions Modification) forums, part of the FCA/EPA 3.0L Diesel Settlement and AEM category; Originally Posted by idoseadoo I wouldn't do that if I were you. My truck is a 2015 too at 158k miles and I just lost ...
Rest easy folks. I submitted my initial paperwork on the 6th and received my approval today, the 15th. The claims people must be getting swamped and its slowing the process.
On a positive note I have the install scheduled for this Friday. Lets see how the buggy runs afterwards.
2015 ED Tradesman 4x4, 3.92 limited slip diff, trailer brake module, trailer tow mirrors, running boards, roll up tonneau cover, Air Lift 1000 rear coil spring air bags, spray in bed liner. Original owner 35,000+ miles.
20 foot Dune Sport custom toy hauler @ about 4,560 lbs empty, with WD hitch and sway bar.
Just got my letter a few days ago and am scheduled for service this weekend. Let hope FCA processes my claim quickly. Sure can use that $$!
Still waiting for approval, submitted online on the 8th. Got the "submission received" email back right away, but claim tracking page still says "under review."
That's a lot of miles, I think you are the first person on this site that I have seen that has 155 K with no engine problems. This gives me hope cause I plan to drive my 2016 EcoDiesel until it falls apart. I have 33k on my truck, I started using Amsoil Deisel oil. at 21K . No engine problem so far.
Sorry, I spelled Amsoil Diesel Wrong, PLEASE FOR GIVE ME,LOL.
Anyway, at 158k, my reluctor wheel fell apart, forcing me to drop the tranny. It's an issue of corrosion, so I'm not sure it's related to mileage or time. It's an expensive job at a shop, but only took my dad and I 3 days to do it, and we've never done it before.
Well I'm at the dealership now getting AEM tune. Let's see how she runs. I might go test drive a 2500 for fun.
Ecodisel, drinks Satin's bathwater and emits angel's tears.