2015 Ram 1500 with 32,000 miles. This is the third time I have received the message and had the engine go into limp mode. The first time the truck was 2 months old, it was 30 degrees out and I had parked it for about an hour. The dealer had it for 2 days and all they did was a software update. The second time was over a year later I had stopped for a few minutes while towing a trailer across Ohio and Indiana on a 50 degree day. I was fortunate to find a dealer just before they closed. They did a software update and I was on my way, no more turning it off that day. The most current time was today (three months later) after a 10 mile drive home from work yesterday and being parked in my driveway overnight I got to find it in limp mode once again. I took it to the dealer and they say that the fuel on the East Coast is bad and that my injectors are probably gummed up. They have to send them to be cleaned or replace them which will take several days. I have a hard time believing this since we have 4 other diesel engines in our family including one with the same engine a 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee with 20k and no problems. Has anyone ever figured out a solution to this? Is there a way to reset if so you don't get stranded?
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