Had a catastrophic and almost fatal failure related to recall W58 (with a pending fix) this week. Posting to help if anyone else will have the same issue since after my experience this is a serious safety concern. Was driving my 2014 Ecodiesel ram back from a cabin on vacation earlier this week and immediately after pulling onto the highway off the dirt road the truck completely shut down throwing multiple codes and would not start up again. Lucky for me it didn’t happen on the dirt road we just pulled off from since part of that road is thin with a cliff off one side. Also, with how that road turns and based off the failure on the highway I am fairly confident it could have been fatal if the failure happened on the previous road. Anyways, I keep an OBD II scanner in the truck and the permenant code shown immediately after the failure was PO336 leading me to think it was the tone ring failure on the crankshaft position sensor since the failure was almost identical to what is listed in the recall W58. Had Chrysler Roadside Assistance tow it at my expense to the nearest dealer about an hour away and they confirmed the following day that it was the tone ring that failed on the sensor as I assumed. I did get a rental car out of pocket since the dealer is a few hours away from home and the most interesting thing is as of today the dealer has no solution. The recall solution approved is a pending software fix which is not out yet. Dealer is stating that ram is not providing the original tone ring since it is a known failed part, and there is not a replacement one out. Called FCA customer care and they said there is an interim part until the fix is out, but when I asked what that part # was they couldn’t provide a specific part # and just said they would call the dealer; which the dealer said never happened. Very interesting since the dealer service manager and his regional manager do not have any solution to repair at this point. Only solution discussed is if they go the route of a non OEM tone ring which won’t be done under warranty and I have to then attempt to get reimbursed from FCA for (which will be thousands). Curious if anyone found a solution, experienced some thing similar and if not just wanted to give everyone a heads up based on what I am going through. As of now I have a not operating truck, with no solution of repair, a rental car that I am paying for and not a lot of faith with the ecodiesel’s reliability or safety. Ironically the same truck was towed to my local dealer just 3 months ago due to a failure on the EGR cooler for another recall I was waiting months for to complete. Good luck and be prepared since this is a major safety concern.