. ..Anyone else see a FCA bug just get splattered across our windshields?Shares of Fiat Chrysler plunged on Thursday after the United States Environmental Protection Agency accused the automaker of using software that allowed excess diesel emissions in about 100,000 vehicles. US-listed shares of Fiat Chrysler plunged more than 18 percent Thursday after Reuters first reported the news.
The accusation is over U.S. trucks and SUVs sold since 2014, according to Reuters sources briefed on the matter. The sources said the EPA told the automaker it believes its undeclared emissions control software allowed vehicles to generate excess pollution in violation of the law. Source cnbc.com, http://tinyurl.com/jobptvs
https://www.engadget.com/2017/01/12/chrysler-pulls-a-vw-cheats-emissions-tests/"light-duty model year 2014, 2015 and 2016 Jeep Grand Cherokees and Dodge Ram 1500 trucks with 3.0 liter diesel engines sold in the United States" are releasing excess nitrogen oxide emissions."
Not really. VW started this domino avalanche, so they are furthest along. Basically it's all voluntary: settlement cash, repair, or buy-back.Is there a precedent for how these situations are handled? Do they actually ask for your vehicle back?