Re: 2005 Jeep Powertrain Warranty Transfer
Your best bet is goinng to be to call chrysler and be nice and beg for some kind of assistance.
stupid story, completely unrelated that will reiterate my point. My oldest sister just got married. I was in her wedding, tux and all. I thought for sure I had till sunday to retun the tux (wedding was friday night), when I returned it sunday I was informed I owed 25 dollars in a late fee. I mentioned that I thought for sure I was told it was due back sunday but decided it wasnt worth the fight considering I was sure if I looked at my paperwork it would probably say "due saturday" on it.
Whats the point of that story you ask? Its a crappy situation for you all around, but know that chrysler and the dealer have the upper hand. You can bitch and moan and freak out all you want, but when you look at your paperwork that YOU signed you know as well as I do that it will state what you were told... It is not up to the dealer to read the contract to you, its up to you to read through it, understand it, and be ok with it prior to signing. Im not trying to sound like a douche, I am being the voice of reality.
If you are lucky chrysler will assist you with the cost (just dont expect it to be free).
Btw, what caused the failure, and what engine is it?