Contact your insurance company is the best advice you can get. If your house burns you don't call your realtor.Took it to dealership (Hendrick Ram in Charleston SC) where we bought it, they refused to look at it.
Told us to contact insurance company.
Called Fiat Chrysler on 3 separate occasions where 3 incompetent customer service employees, created 3 different case #’s of incident. No response from Chrysler in last 3 weeks.
Seems like everyone is working hard to avoid us!
how many miles? Were you tuned prior? I wonder if it's an egr valve stuck open, soot / intake fire? If you weren't tuned prior, I'd expect a lot of soot accumulation which could result in a fire... AEM or not, it was probably bound to happen. If you were tuned, I'd really like to know more if you get some answers... I should have started with this, but I'm glad you made it out safely, first and foremost and that no one got hurt.2018
When your house Burns down or catches fire the FD launches investigation WHY...FCA has had two + years of fires on the ED 3.0 and to my knowledge turns its nose up in the air, NO different than the EPA lies of NO wrong doing. Fires are increasing weekly.... beside the two report in the last 7 days on this site I have one confirmed VIA Phone call..Contact your insurance company is the best advice you can get. If your house burns you don't call your realtor.
All manufactured vehicles are subject to fires. I see them on the side of the road burning quite often.Eco's were catching on fire 1-2 years before AEM....IMO the American Side of Fiat is not the problem, its Fiat's relationship to VM at Cento Italy.....Fiat beloved VM 3.0....LMBO.
I would love to see the day that FCA stood behind their product rather than just wiping their hands clean and saying, not our problem, you got insurance...I had My Ford F-250 Caught on Fire Back in 1996 Ford replace it New... No questions asked. it was 14 months old...later it was determined that Mods for the additional electronic lift for trailers system cause the failure, I contacted Ford with the Info and they thank Me and said They stand behind replacement under warranty that the ground cables should have never been under the dash. later Ford place them outside from frame to cab.