The truck was back at the dealer during the time I posted my last response. They swapped out a PCM from another truck with the same options as mine and had the same problem. When they put my PCM back in the PCM wanted to be reprogramed, after doing so the problem immediately went away. I went and picked it up after they used my truck as a taxi for three days and burned 1/4 tank out trying to get it to fail. They couldn't get it to fail. I drove about 10 miles away to go have dinner with the family, parked the truck to go in and decided to turn the ignition switch back on and check. Brake lights back on. Took it back to the dealer and received a call an hourt later rambling about how the brake switch does this and brake switch does that, he put a new brake switch in and he says it is fixed. The problem is, I pulled the old switch out and ohmed it and it seemed to be fine. I replaced it anyway, the dealership pulled one from another vehicle just to check and now he has replaced it again with a switch that he says Dodge has revised and the old switch must have a problem. 4 brake switches later and they think they have fixed it? I am very suspect about their hypothesis and also the professionalism and training of the staff at this dealer. The problem is, after the problems Chrysler had a few years ago and all the dealer closures, this is my local dealer option. I really don;t think they fixed my problem and am probably going to go pick it up only to send it right back.
Saturday, April 23rd, 2011 AT 1:10 PM