Originally Posted by padgett
If someone can't be bothered with what the codes are then we can't be of much help. Google is helpful for the generic OBD codes (P0xxx) but not as much on the CJF specials (P1xxx or any other letter).
Would the techs be able to pull more codes than obd, or its just that we don't know what those specific codes are? If the former, my guess is the dealership pulled a whole bunch of codes I was not able to with the obd reader alone, and that would explain why they haven't said a word to me basically since I brought the car in five days ago.
I just find it unfathomable that a dealer would take in a car with 600 miles on it (100 put on by the service department) and just not contact the customer with any update in five days now.
I spoke with the lawyer yesterday and he said yes, this gives us more leverage. He is fairly certain Chrysler will be buying this vehicle back, so I'm just going to see how long it takes the dealer to contact me.
And I've talked with some friends and family and the upshot is that we will take a chance on another one (god help us) from a closer dealer and hope lightning doesn't strike twice in the same place.
This is a lot better than the aulden daze when OBD and plugs were different for every mfr and an OTC-2000 (my choice) had a different cartridge for every car line and year (toward the end did have all-in-ones). Have had OBD-II since 1996 now and is what makes inexpensive readers and software possible.
Thank you US government for *something* anyway. :-)