Re: 2014 Repainted and flake doesn't match!!
The advantage of going through the insurance company is that guarantee. Notify them immediately.
The shop should have no problem matching the color if their system is up to date. The paint wouldn't come from Chrysler, but from one of the major paint manufacturers.
One thing that seems to be overlooked by some shops is that with metallic and pearl paints, the angle it is applied can make a difference. Test panels should be done (paint systems usually come with them) shooting at different angles. Those panels should be matched to the portion of the car to be repainted. This should be done under good lights, preferably in the paint booth.
Missing that step is what allows paint to look good in the shade, but not quite right in the sunshine. It has nothing to do with matching the color, but how the flakes lay down.
If you need a shoulder to cry on ...
... pull over to the side of the road!