I wonder if the replacement panels will have the same problem in the future or if Dodge is replacing the panels with an upgraded part so this won’t happen again. Seems to be a common issue.It is definitely covered under your 3yr/36000 mile bumper to bumper warranty. No question. They will get you a new door panel
I live in FL and it’s hot but I have 5% tints all around. Got the tints about a month after buying the car back in May 2018. Problem just started.THe only long term door solution is probably a good tint job. I am guessing the heat is causing the adhesive to soften and pull back. I have a good tint on mine and don't have any of the issues.
Took the charger to the dealership today and was told it’ll be at a minimum one month before they can replace the door panels. Service manager said there’s a national back order on the panels because the issue is so wide spread. I wasn’t expecting a quick resolution but wanted them to at least document it. Nothing I can do now but wait.
I'm sorry this recurred to you! Have you brought this back to their attention since then? You're more than welcome to shoot us a PM for further review.I really wish they would change the design of these to hold up better. Had my passenger door replaced already and it's doing it again. Almost every panel i the center console AND the front of my dash. The dash is the tough one. I have extended warranty, but do I really want a dealership replacing my entire dash? It squeaks and rattles enough as is, plus the time.
If you're working with the dealership for further diagnosis, we'd be glad to open a case for you with the handling team via PM. We would just the date/time/location of your appointment, your VIN, current mileage, and the best phone number and email to reach you.What information do you need from me?
Great explanation on how you went about fixing your door panel. Will come in handy if I have the same issue happen again.Here's how it looks after letting it set for 24hrs as recommended on back on contact adhesive
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Now, I'm not gonna sit here and say its perfect but for saving $700+ on repairs since I'm out of warranty, I can live with the results overall. My suggestion would be just be mindful of positioning because once the glue sets its not going anywhere. But for a $4 tube of adhesive and 30mins maybe less of your time its worth it. Good luck guys