This is a discussion on Update ? within the RAM 1500 Diesel General Discussion forums, part of the RAM 1500 EcoDiesel Forum category; So is it U07 or V07? My records indicate U07 but now I'm wondering if that's correct....
So is it U07 or V07? My records indicate U07 but now I'm wondering if that's correct.
Maybe someone did not do the U07 and has completed the AEM could test for the U07 and let us know.
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2016, Ram 1500 Big Horn, Crew Cab, 4x4, EcoDiesel, 3.55 Axle, Leer 100XR Shell on 5.7 bed
2006, Ford F350 Lariat, Crew Cab, 4x4, 6.0 Diesel, 3.73 Axle, Leer 180 Shell on 8' bed
2005, Jeep Wrangler Rubicon, 4x4, 4.0 Inline 6, Rock Crawler
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We are trying to schedule the AEM this week along with an oil change for my truck. I also have a card from FCA about a U07 recall concerning the rotary shifter. I presume this will be a software update as well?
I have many times put it in park, or thought I did, to get out of truck to get the mail etc, only to find out I didn't go far enough with the rotary dial. I for one will have no issue with this recall, just like I don't drive with the door open.
So I take it this park issue is NOT eliminated with a GDE tune. Sad.
Now I do not have it but here it's stated that those of us with 2014 models are not involved.
If you wrestle with a pig you'll both get dirty and the pig loves it. .
It's not listed for my 2014. Jeeptek says it's still active, but gets performed after V08, V11or V16 aem recall
At the end of May I had the AEM done. When I made that appointment I was told my 2014 would be getting this update too, however on the appointment day that update had been pulled. And I’m OK with that!
Mine is a '15 model for what its worth