I heard a rattle and found that the upper bolt that attached the left rear shock was cross threaded which kept the nut from tightening.
Exactly. No excuse for that. I'm getting more discouraged every day. I shouldn't have to put a $90k vehicle on a lift, right off the truck, and inspect every nut and bolt on it. Looks like that might be in order. My real concern is what about all the shit you can't see?Sorry but whoever did that knows they did that , I mean cmon
Sorry to see that but glad you caught it before taking the TRX out on a trail or faster desert run.I heard a rattle and found that the upper bolt that attached the left rear shock was cross threaded which kept the nut from tightening.
If they had done a better job with the release and more trucks were out in the wild, I would probably take the under.
WTF! That is scary, I'm leaning more and more to switching mine for a 2022, Uconnect 5, maybe more power and hopefully BETTER quality control smh.
What I received (my interpretation thus far) - oh sorry, saw you have your truck back, all is good - even though we have no clue what the issue is because we don't read the actual thread - nor do we understand any of this, and we aren't actually part of FCA, we are just a call center in some foreign land, so go fuck yourself - we mean call us if nobody calls you, even though you gave us your cell number numerous times.They never engage publicly with anything meaningful. You have to dm them I guess. I haven’t because I don’t believe they can fix my issues.