Yup, a one pager, without any context, header says 'Approved Emissions Modification Disclosure 3.0L Diesel"; 4 paragraphs. The most important one is #2 Key Vehicle Attributes. It talks about how the May 2019 AEM caused a slight hesitation during the first 5 mins of driving, and was reported by a small percentage. An updated AEM has been released and now approved in December 2019 by EPA and Califnria's Air REsources Board'.Got a letter from FCA today that sounds like there is an update the the original AEM.
I also received the same letter. I had completed all the paperwork for the AEM and brought my GC to dealership and had the modifications installed on Jul 23, 2019. On Nov 19, 2019 i received a notification that the modifications had not been installed. Went back to dealership and was told that they had to do it again as a result of an update. Was advised by a service rep that several customers had complained about performance after the AEM. I then went online to see what others were saying and confirmed what the rep had told me. Decided not to sacrifice performance for 3K$. This current notice acknowledges that the May, 2019 version caused reduction in performance but it says that the the revision released in Dec, 2019 has corrected that problem.Got a letter from FCA today that sounds like there is an update the the original AEM.
Fair enough. I'm not sure the PR nightmare would be worth it, as I assume there is always a pilot group. Either way, I think is an obvious response to the AEM as stated in the letter, and likely we'll see more as more miles are driven. Im going to make my appt tomorrow as I need an inspection anyway. I welcome any change to my current.Not to be a devils advocate, but what if it drops your mileage even further? Or drinks DEF a gallon a week? I wouldn't agree to it unless the dealer/FCA agreed I could go back if I desired at no charge in writing....Or if other brave souls/guinea pigs truly attest that it is better in all ways....
Thank you for posting the letter. I purchased my ED late last summer and it already had the first AEM done. Unsure if I'll receive this letter or not.
I'm sure you will. Not really sure if this is just a notice and some sort of TSB will follow. I'll probably call my dealer and see what is needed to get this done.Thank you for posting the letter. I purchased my ED late last summer and it already had the first AEM done. Unsure if I'll receive this letter or not.
Here is a quote from my service manager.I'm sure you will. Not really sure if this is just a notice and some sort of TSB will follow. I'll probably call my dealer and see what is needed to get this done.