I took my 2017 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon in for a fraction light and ABS light on as it is under warranty. I was told by the dealership that I had many wires that had rodent damage. They charged me $377.00 for repairs. When I came back home and looked at the repair it was one wire the abs wire. It had rubbed against the coil spring perch and broke not rodent damage at all. I have included pictures of where they taped up the repair and also the passenger side where the same wire is also rubbing in half. I feel the dealership is not treating me fairly. They are stranding behind the rodent damage claim. When there’s clearly no teeth marks on the wires or the loom. I don’t believe I should of been charged for this repair at all. So when the passenger side does the same thing I am sure they will say that is also rodent damage. I need help to resolve this issue. The same day they also changed my oil on my Dodge 3500. After the oil change the truck started to smell like burning oil After checking they had spilled a large amount of oil on the engine. That also did not reset the service alert or put any kind of sticker in showing mileage or anything to them changing the oil. Please help me out here I work hard each and everyday to have nice cars that Chrysler builds. I expect to go in for warranty work and be treated fairly not lied to. My name is Glen Wyatt [protected] Email [protected]@yahoo.com
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