I bought my 15 ED big horn in aug. of 15 and my wife and I thought Wow, what a great truck. In 4 and 1/2 years, I've watched this truck go from 33-34 mph down highway at 70 with air blowing, to S%$t now because of dealer updates and taking the cheat devices off the software, I change all the fluids and filters myself except tranny fluid, and now see a guy on here is getting screwed by FCA because your not having the dealership do it. Well, some of us like to save money, FCA, but your gone be the bully and screw us as much as you can on this truck. Well, they've screwed me out of a cover for my grille, as I'm in Iowa and its a cold weather state but yet since my truck doesn't have a 3 digit code in the VIN, they're not gonna give me a cover and I'll be damned if I'm gonna spend the money on one, I want this fireball waiting to happen bought back. They say look at your coolant level and if its low, get it to the dealership. FU, I've done it once and its starting to get low again and its smelling hot when I shut it off, (75,000 miles on it so far) well, I hope the turd catches on fire this weekend as we're driving down interstate to KC for the weekend, I'm gonna stop motorists and say, you got any marshmallows handy? This is frickin ridiculous and you and I both know what its gonna take for them to recall these fireballs, someone or someone's child they couldn't get out of a child seat in time to die before they do ANYTHING about these dam trucks. I loved this truck when I first got it, but now, I'm waiting for the SOB to go up in flames. I'm lucky enough our kids are grown and gone but I'm thinking someone's not gonna be as fortunate. Is that what its gonna take for FCA to fix this mess?