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  • FCA resolution unit has informed us now that this is our problem. How does lease vehicle with two failed engines become my problem. No help
    Power Diesel magazine May 2017 issue pg 137 explains 3.0 Ecodiesel engine failures and what is truly causing the rod main bearing failures.
    Power Diesel magazine May 2017 issue explains issue with 3.0 Ecodiesel with engine failures. Article wriiten by FCA development engineer.
    Anyone read the article in Power Diesel magazine May 2017 issue pg 137 / 138
    Yes, I mentioned it in another thread. Article stated exactly why I had already decided to switch to the CJ4 standard oil when I purchased my 2014 used. With all the members who use fuel analysis it was amazing to me that no one had caught the symptom long ago. Your engine issues may be more closely related to the type of oil your dealer is using at your oil changes.
    My 2015 Ecodeisel has had two engine failures since August 2016. First engine blew at 9760 the second engine blew at blew at 9996 FCA Joke!
    2015 RAM Ecodeisel Owner two engine failures at 9760 and second engine at 9996 FCA is a joke! No help, truck almost killed us in Ohio.
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