It's possible yours could be doing the same as this one leaking out the rear system enclosure if this did not fix it. :crying:Have been dealing with the same A/C symptoms as described ever since we purchased our 2018 Touring L in March 2018:
June 2018 -- R1234YF refrigerant low -- replaced Schrader valve and recharged
Sept 2018 -- R1234YF refrigerant low again -- introduced dye in system, could not identify source of the leak; recharged again
May 2019 -- A/C intermittently stopping again -- different dealer "could not replicate issue" <-- arrgh
July 2019 -- A/C intermittent operation gets worse -- failed completely. Dealer finally finds the cause -- a very slow leak at the lower part of the condenser -- now visible due to the dye introduced 10 months earlier.
This issue appears to have come from the factory.
I will say that contacting Chrysler Cares (the most recent dealer visit) did assign a case specialist who was very responsive and helpful.