Hello to all: I am noting Bulletin 18-034-14 REV A put out by Chrysler about faulty Engine Oil Sensors. My 2014 with 50,000 miles has a faulty Engine oil sensor but my VIN was excluded from the Bulletin. It seems they don't feel this issue deserves a recall but it does. To have a dealership fix this, the Engine Manifold Intake must be removed and gaskets replaced and can cost upward of 1000.00 so I am told. I have filed a complaint with the Attorney Generals Office and the BBB against Chrysler Corp. Inc as it was suggested I do so by the dealer. Chrysler is refusing to take responsibility of these faulty sensors. I have seen so many 2014 owners have the same issue, it should be a recall. It starts with the check Engine light coming in and staying on and the reading of your oil pressure staying high. The code read is P0520 and it is known by Chrysler. Chrysler refuses to respond to complaints and currently holds 1 star for a satisfaction rating. I am considering hiring an attorney for this. A company should not be allowed to refuse to take action on faulty car parts, especially this part that in reality should not go bad.
My 2014 3.2L V6 gave an error. It doesn't leak, just gives a code.