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I have a 2012 Challenger R/T and was built after 7/2012 so it was not on the recall list in the beginning until they expanded to 2013....I got my first notice 1/2017 and received a reminder just recently. My question is if I'm running mine with a Diablo Sport and MDS off I should have no problems with the existing guide? I've had it off since it was new and I dont drive it much just a weekend car and only has 3600 miles on it....I hate to have someone wrenching on it when its like new.....thanks
Oh, and there's other reasons behind me not driving it... just to ease up on the garage queen bashing....lol
 

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Keeping the MDS off helps reduce the stress on the part, but it doesn't eliminate the fact that the manufacturer has identified a part that is prone to failure. Personally, I'd get it fixed. If that thing fails, it will toast your engine, and I assume it's out of warranty by now. I'd look around for a dealer with a good service department, and get it handled. They did my 2012 back in the day, and you couldn't tell it was ever touched.
 

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I have a 2012 Challenger R/T and was built after 7/2012 so it was not on the recall list in the beginning until they expanded to 2013....I got my first notice 1/2017 and received a reminder just recently. My question is if I'm running mine with a Diablo Sport and MDS off I should have no problems with the existing guide? I've had it off since it was new and I dont drive it much just a weekend car and only has 3600 miles on it....I hate to have someone wrenching on it when its like new.....thanks
Oh, and there's other reasons behind me not driving it... just to ease up on the garage queen bashing....lol
Hi No30fan,

We always recommend getting safety recalls performed on your vehicle as they may address safety issues our engineers have identified. You can enter your VIN here to view more information about any recalls on your vehicle as well: https://www.mopar.com/en-us/my-vehicle/recalls/search.html.

Andrea
Dodge Social Care Specialist
 
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