2016 Laramie Limited Crew Cab 4x4 with Deleted Air Suspension and GDE Hot Tune. 276,000 KM.
Yes Sir, knowing it could be a costly/timely repair and the timing of the failure, I mean I know it could happen when/if you were replacing heater core hoses, especially with the way they are typically removed (by a lot of people ) and with the "lightweight" construction of today's heater cores... glad it's not on your dimeSupposedly not their fault but who can know. Good thing is that it is still, barely, covered by the MoPar 5/100 warranty, so no cost to me.
Didn't realize it, but to replace the heater core, they have to completely remove the dash. Lot of work for sure.
once again I'd say you came out smelling like a rose, 100$ to do a heater core is a bargain, however I was under the impression it had not been an issue till the engine swap???, either way I'd be satisfied with the outcomeSooooooooool
They called and said the truck is ready for pick up. Fairly quick considering.
They said there would be another $100 deductible charge for the work against the warranty policy. I said why since it was part of the problem when the truck was taken in for repair and they only changed the engine out. Never looked at the heater even though I had complained about coolant leaking into the cab on the passenger side.
In a separate thread discussion, we talked about heater core failure rates starting at year 7 due to corrosion. It was thought that Mopar's 10 year/150,000-mile coolant wasn't fully protecting the metals the heater core was made from, hence the onslaught of failures. From that perspective, I would take a new heater core installed for $100 bucks.once again I'd say you came out smelling like a rose, 100$ to do a heater core is a bargain, however I was under the impression it had not been an issue till the engine swap???, either way I'd be satisfied with the outcome