Mine was close to two daysHey how long did repairs take for you guys? Same day or longer thanks. I asked my purchasing dealer in Barrhead and was told no 19’s and she said they only had one failed (Sounded like a while ago) come in but repairs took weeks.
noGot my fuel pump upgrade done this past week. Shout out to Jeff Wilson dodge jeep ram, they had the truck for two days. Had to go on a Two hundred mile road trip yesterday. I have always watched my fuel mileage on the EVIC and it has never went above 21.5 MPG. yesterday coming home on the interstate with 300 lbs in the back it got to 25.4 MPG. I plan to hand calculate later. Seems like the CP3 gets better mileage. Has anyone else noticed this.
Parts are the same for 19s and 20s, software is different. As of right now they can't do the 19s if a truck is up to date on all other recalls, doing so may brick the ECU or something like this (or so they say).Help! My local Ram dealer tells me they have the CP3 pumps but not the software to update the engine control computer. As far as I can tell they have no plan to fix my 2019 Laramie/Lonestar $80,000 truck. Still in limbo.
No, not yet. But I bought this truck for the long haul. Maybe 200,000 miles or more. If the CP4 pump is slowly grinding away, where are the metal fragments going? I believe they are being sprayed into the cylinders and damaging the cylinders. Permanent, life long damage. I sold my previous 2010 Ford King Ranch when I found out the 6.4 engine was a crisis waiting to happen. That was also a high pressure fuel pump problem. Now I have a brand new truck that is likely to die on any day. No thank you.Did yours fail?
The 6.4 didnt have injection pump issues… if you think metal shavings will go past the holes in the injector tip and hurt the engine you are wrong. the holes are so small that in the rare off chance a metal shaving was small enough it to pass through it would not do any harm to the engine.No, not yet. But I bought this truck for the long haul. Maybe 200,000 miles or more. If the CP4 pump is slowly grinding away, where are the metal fragments going? I believe they are being sprayed into the cylinders and damaging the cylinders. Permanent, life long damage. I sold my previous 2010 Ford King Ranch when I found out the 6.4 engine was a crisis waiting to happen. That was also a high pressure fuel pump problem. Now I have a brand new truck that is likely to die on any day. No thank you.
So much wrong info in the lawsuit… quality of diesel lubrication has nothing to do with it you could run straight motor oil and it will still be possible to fail. Its just crap luck where a lifter can turn 90° in the bore which will then cause the roller to dig in to the cam causing metal shards and usually almost instantly it kills the truck, if the lifter does not spin it will not fail as the roller is rolling as intended and the large cam lobes by design will keep the lifter from spinning unless you just have crap luck and become part of the 4%You're gonna love this. First, great feedback from each of you - Thanks! Last night I got a text from my local Ram dealership: "There is a Y78 recall on your vehicle with VIN ending in 3. Please call or text to schedule your appointment for repair."
Well now, isn't that funny that they can get me fixed now? I just checked and my VB6 and W03 recalls have been completed. The W57 and Y21 don't show up. So it looks like the dealer/FCA can determine to do the repair at their discretion. That's the only way to understand the optionality in the June 2022 Revision as seen above (good info Mega HO 3500). I will call them tomorrow to schedule the repair - keeping my fingers crossed.
Also, FYI for you all. I have been reading the revised law suite filed by Hagens Berman (Attached - 307 pages). I suspect many of you are also class members in this action. This is a superb summary of the problem as we know it. You will be surprised at how long this combination of CP4/US Diesel has been reeking havoc for unsuspecting owners. Read and enjoy!