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08-21-2014 06:35 PM
pdx.challenger
Originally Posted by diver88 View Post
also my local dealer said they saw several 6spds with NO MDS with the same exact problem...
I'm calling BS on the dealership's claim.
There hasn't been a single report of a chain breaking on a manual car, but suddenly one dealership has repaired several? Not.
08-21-2014 06:11 PM
salvy59 this is not what was reported on the 2010's that had the majority of failures. also my local dealer said they saw several 6spds with NO MDS with the same exact problem, do


>>this is what i didn't want to hear!!
08-21-2014 06:03 PM
diver88 yea, they said it was fixed... until I see several bonified cases of late 2012's and 2013 YM's I'm not going to worry.
what do you know no one else knows? the problem and fix was explained to me and it sounded like it made sense, my MDS seems perfectly smooth and really can't tell when it engages at all... this is not what was reported on the 2010's that had the majority of failures. also my local dealer said they saw several 6spds with NO MDS with the same exact problem, do I know for sure... no I don't but I don't know what happened to the 2013 mentioned a few posts ago either.

I'd love to buy a tuner and just deactivate the MDS system but Dodge tells me they will know and if something like this happens anyway I would have no warranty. that's bold talk considering they recalled and repaired cars out of warranty that had superchargers and tunes on them.

I just don't understand why Dodge won't deactivate the MDS system for those who want it gone. there may be another chapter to this book, I'm ready to read it but calling owners that bought their cars and drive them as intended "old stubborn dogs" is pretty offensive. unless you have specific info to share.......
08-21-2014 02:04 PM
salvy59 You guys didn't think the problem was fixed with a new part? I said before and i'll say it again
it is only A band aid of A fix!!

Here let me repeat myself for those that really love there cars, keep it out of MDS and if you 're still hard headed well you must be an old stubborn dog...
08-21-2014 12:41 PM
pdx.challenger
Originally Posted by Badbee View Post
I was at my local dealer yesterday talking with their best tech who advised they just replaced a broken timing chain, etc. on a 2013 Challenger with about 20K miles. He advised it had the new chain and was surprised that there still appear to be problems! Dealer is Tuttle Click in Irvine CA.
2013? I hope it's an exception & not the rule.

On a side note, I went to the first post of the thread to check the affected date range & noticed the fourth post, by Stevewhiteparts:

"if they were breaking, we would see them!!!!"

I wonder if they still feel the same way.
08-21-2014 12:25 PM
Badbee
2013 with Broken Timing Chain

I was at my local dealer yesterday talking with their best tech who advised they just replaced a broken timing chain, etc. on a 2013 Challenger with about 20K miles. He advised it had the new chain and was surprised that there still appear to be problems! Dealer is Tuttle Click in Irvine CA.
08-17-2014 09:21 PM
ODB DT RT My car kept overheating come to find out they never plugged the fan back on. Other then that no issues
08-17-2014 10:16 AM
Desert Bum Hey folks, been quite awhile since I logged on.... What I miss? I read back about 10 pages, looks like cars are getting serviced with little problem.... I hope that is the case.

Regards,

Fred
08-13-2014 09:10 PM
UltraReef Well the Recall is all done, took about 1.2 days to complete. Like has been said before, the Hemi tick is gone and the engine is running smoother. Still not using MDS, doubt I ever will. Had a buddy come out and say hi while I was in town. Kudos to San Antonio Dodge for doing a great job!

08-13-2014 10:01 AM
2004Jack What about a 2012 Challenger SRT. Understand same chain is used. Are we just left out there to chance it...Would really hate to have that chain and guide fail. Not sure what route to take..first thoughts are to drive without mds or a tune...actually an aftermarket double chain set up would give me more piece of mind. Waited 30 years to get back into a muscle car ...if I knew this would have gone the manual route. Any sugestions out there...
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