TSB 09-006-15 Cylinder Head Replacement

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Mharrison

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Jun 17, 2015
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That is a little concerning although it only states 2014 models...maybe they have already introduced the update in the 2015's I like to hope so
 

moparecodiesel

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May 24, 2015
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It's due to oil blowby and soot and carbon build-up on the valves. They have a new valve that is supposed to break up the hard carbon build-up during normal operation. All part year and newer 2015 engines already have the update. All US older guys out of warranty must create our own system to stop the oil from entering the intake all together.
 

moparecodiesel

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If you bought it after January you should be, but I cannot guarantee it as I don't know your head stamp.
 

Brady

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Jun 7, 2015
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If you bought it after January you should be, but I cannot guarantee it as I don't know your head stamp.
Mine was built January '15. Where is this head stamp located?
 

Dawn.castleman

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Aug 26, 2019
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Battling Chrysler for this exact issue right now on my 2014 eco-diesel that I bought in July 2014. I’ve had it in six times now for the intermittent shutter while going up a slight hill at 40 mph. Each time they do a regen On the exhaust system and they changed out the fuel filter and clean the fuel injectors. The technician I’m working with wants to replace the cylinder heads but Chrysler is fighting them on it. Also dealing with a very sluggish acceleration off of a stop. Takes the turbos about 3 to 4 seconds to kick in and then the truck has a significant forward lurch, makes it scary pulling out in traffic. All of the stuff came up after I let them in stall the eco-diesel recall.