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Picked up my new Limited two weeks ago and am reasonably happy. Took a trip to Florida last week and had no new issues and made good use of the ACC feature. Lots of nice features, but was surprised about the lack of ability to store settings in memory.

Vehicle came with one issue that was not discovered until we were on our trip, the fuel door would not open with the press of the button. Called the Assist contact and was directed to go to the dealer. Called the dealer and was able to get to a tech who told me about the emergency release for the fuel door which temporarily solved the problem. Making arrangements now to get to the dealer for resolution.
 

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Welcome. I have only put gas in mine twice in 5000 miles, so I haven't really had much chance to test my fuel door.

What kind of settings are you trying to set in memory. Do you mean like memory seats and mirrors?
 

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Vehicle came with one issue that was not discovered until we were on our trip, the fuel door would not open with the press of the button. Called the Assist contact and was directed to go to the dealer. Called the dealer and was able to get to a tech who told me about the emergency release for the fuel door which temporarily solved the problem. Making arrangements now to get to the dealer for resolution.
Congrats on your new PacHy! I've got a 2017 and had the same fuel door issue (which cropped up during our first road trip, of course). My dealer had to replace a part to fix the problem, and we haven't had any issues since then. I've had my 2017 for about 7 months and loving it!
 

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Yes, should have been clearer, the ability to link seat, mirror, radio, etc to fob and store settings. This is not an issue at the moment, since I am the only driver of this vehicle at the moment. Wife prefers to use our 2013 Town and Country.

Put my Blue Driver to work on this vehicle and got a little useful information, it is showing 3 Powertrain Control Module Codes:

P04B6 - 'Fuel Fill Door Stuck Closed
P04C0 - 'Fuel Fill Door Unlock Control Range/Performance'
P0204 - 'Cylinder 4 Injector "A" Circuit'

Will bring these to the attention of the dealer when I take it in next week.
 

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Yes, should have been clearer, the ability to link seat, mirror, radio, etc to fob and store settings. This is not an issue at the moment, since I am the only driver of this vehicle at the moment. Wife prefers to use our 2013 Town and Country.
Yeah, FCA dropped a few options from the Hybrid Limited as opposed to the gas model to keep costs down. To keep feature parity with the gas Pac would have made the hybrid several $K more expensive, and FCA apparently felt like that wouldn't work, so they opted for a closer price parity as opposed to feature parity.
 

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Welcome. I have only put gas in mine twice in 5000 miles, so I haven't really had much chance to test my fuel door.

What kind of settings are you trying to set in memory. Do you mean like memory seats and mirrors?
" I have only put gas in mine twice in 5000 miles,". Any difference in your home electric bill $$$ ???
 

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Picked up my new Limited two weeks ago and am reasonably happy. Took a trip to Florida last week and had no new issues and made good use of the ACC feature. Lots of nice features, but was surprised about the lack of ability to store settings in memory.
Vehicle came with one issue that was not discovered until we were on our trip, the fuel door would not open with the press of the button. Called the Assist contact and was directed to go to the dealer. Called the dealer and was able to get to a tech who told me about the emergency release for the fuel door which temporarily solved the problem. Making arrangements now to get to the dealer for resolution.
Hi Don_G,
We would be more than happy to offer our assistance while you are working with our dealers. It is important to us that you are enjoying your time as a new Hybrid owner. Please feel free to send us a private message with additional information if this is something that interests you.
Julie
Chrysler Social Care Specialist
 

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you attribute this to the hybrid recharging? Gas or electric ------> the power has to come from somewhere
My cars use 20-25kWh every weekday, weekends vary, they probalby account for 1/3 of my total electricity consumption. Still cheaper than gas. With my electricity rates, charging PacHy is equivalent to buying gas at $1.70, for i3 it is $1.20.
 
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