I own dodge junk! Air ride suspension EPIC FAIL - Huge Problem!
Problem Trucks any where it gets COLD! If a 4x4 does not work at temperatures lower than -20, you can’t call it a 4x4. My truck litterly started making banging noises when it sunk down so lower that the A frame was pounding on the bumper blocks on the frame, while I was half way to work. Search on this issue. It is happening across Canada and in northern US and Alaska, anywhere it gets below -20. Dodge has no fix and no recall. Yes, they will look at it, estimate it, put the same parts on it that failed before and send it out with you to have it fail again. Of course, it’s lots of money every time. Dealerships love this as you truck is unusable until this is fixed. Dealerships can’t get parts in a timely manor because so many trucks are failing!! This point alone over rides any other possible good points about this truck. Dealership tell unhappy owners to trade them in. They make money at this too and screw over the next poor buyer by selling it again and he has to go through the grief all over again paying out for repairs until he is also fed up and sells it. There are even parts places specializing in air suspension conversion kits to replace the air suspension with conventional springs. It looks to me like this is cheaper than your FIRST repair bill from Dodge. The air compression alone is $2600 not including installation! Don’t have anything to do with these trucks. They are a major fail. Tell everyone one you know how bad these trucks are, so others don’t get sucked in like me. Mine is sitting in the drive way with the fenders down so low to the tires that I can’t even get a clenched fist in between them. No way Dodge gets any more money from me on this swindle, so I guess it sits there till spring and I get aftermarket suspension. This is a sad situation for a 2015 model with only 70,000 km on it. I just checked and even Rock Auto is out of stock on this part. I see that air shocks are about $800 EACH for this truck as well.