I’m telling you no dealer is going to preform the recall for “x” amount of time and then gas , wash and fill up your car . Take what you want out of the literature, you’ll get the recall update but that’s about it . Stellantis can preach whatever they want but the dealers won’t do it for varying reasons , staff , time and corp paying them out for warranty work time frame .
This recall takes like 6 hours to complete and requires precise steps to where if you lose connection for a split second the entire procedure must be completed again.
The job pays 0.6 hours. 36 minutes. That’s including running flash updates and performing this incredibly long charge and discharge procedure that requires a spot to be taken up and the vehicle monitored periodically for testing.
The job pays piss poor, and I bet a good chunk of these recalls are getting the flash update and shipped without ever performing the actually battery testing because of the ridiculous nature of it due to lazy techs who CBA to waste their time for it. I’m sure most are being done properly, but when you have a recall that’s as complicated at this paying so little you’re gonna get bad apples.
Also, you’re out of your mind if you think a dealer is going to go out of their way to do a “complementary” oil change. They cost over 100$ these days.
If you’re going to bitch, then bitch at Chrysler for assigning such a hilariously low labor operation for such an important recall.