Wow a lot of misinformation in this thread about TIPM's, new TIPM's, newer TIPM's, Chryslers recall for the faulty fuel pump relay built into the problematic failing TIPM's....... So let me clarify;
First Chrysler has installed these faulty failing TIPM modules into hundreds of thousands of their new vehicles over several car lines, including all 2011~2013 WK2's both V6's and Hemi's. This problem will happen to every 2011~2013 WK2 eventually! It can't be avoided as the internal fuel pump relay built into these faulty TIPM's will eventually fail. Other internal TIPM relays have also failed leading to a multitude of other electrical problems that are very difficult to diagnose!
This usually occurs at about 30~40K miles for most, after the 3yr 36 month warrantee has expired. My parts guru tells me these TIPM's have had five or six revisions with superseding part numbers over the past several years, which indicates Chrysler is well aware of the problem with these TIPM's and has been for quite a while.
He also told me a "new" TIPM kit has been manufactured from a different supplier with yet another new superseding part number to fix this issue with an allegedly newer/better part? These newly redesigned TIPM module kits just became available (past 6 months) thru Chrysler's parts pipeline and here are the Mopar part numbers for them;
....the new TIPM Kit OEM Chrysler part #'s are;
Mopar part # 68244870AA for 5.7L V8's.
MSRP for this new TIPM Kit is $910.00/Dealer Cost ~ $546.00
Mopar part # 68244852AA for 3.6L V6's.
MSRP for this new TIPM Kit is $905.00/Dealer Cost ~ $545.00
Note these prices have recently gone up!
**Rondog699 & scittb
..... The replacement TIPM's you had installed probably were still older/faulty remanufactured versions that were destined to fail like the OEM factory installed one. What were the part #'s for the replacement TIPM's you had installed?? Check your dealer service invoices.
....These TIPM modules aren't really that hard to replace if you get your hands on one, and they DO NOT require a flash to make them work.
Only the negative battery cable needs to be removed before you R/R the TIPM module and you should be able do this yourself with common hand tools.
..... I wouldn't be so eager to wait for Chrysler to hack into your main wiring harness and graft an external fuel pump relay to "fix" this issue with their official recall solution to this problem!
You would be much better off to have this fixed the right way with a new redesigned TIPM part!
Some informative reading on the issue;
Fuel Pump Relay Recall - Page 2 - JeepForum.com
New TIPM - status update. - JeepForum.com
Stall after start