There's no clue as to what the recall is for. The "ESS" we're seeing is simply part of the vehicle's description, not the recall itself.It shows up on my MOPAR dashboard as well. The campaign description though is a bad link and has no further information. Will this be the ultimate recall to fix the ESS?
I had mine in the other day because I was getting the information that the engine was warmed up but the battery was charging. The dealer tested both batteries and said they were fine but low in charge. They recharged them and "reset" the IBS. The visit cost me nothing. Phooey! I am not ready to disconnect the AUX battery just yet but...
I find it hard to believe that the vehicle is incapable of recharging the battery in moderate (40 degrees) weather.
Just spoke with my dealer, Airport CDJ in Orlando. Says it's an update to "improve performance to the auto start/stop system". Takes 1 1/2 hours. Didn't know anything beyond that.
From the mopar site in @freddief73 's post above, this update is listed as a Campaign. Also from the same web site.Just had the van in last week and they apparently knew nothing about it yet or it was not released. I sure am curious about the specifics and, if it is a recall, maybe it will not cost me anything.
The campaign date is 12/14/2021 so your dealership wouldn't have known about it last week.Just had the van in last week and they apparently knew nothing about it yet or it was not released. I sure am curious about the specifics and, if it is a recall, maybe it will not cost me anything.
I was thinking the same thing. 😆...So when we find out the details on this campaign, it looks like I may have to hook up my aux battery again to take it in for the fix.