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Good Day, picked up my Rebel last week and notice upon vehicle inspection that the front right bumper was approx 1/2 inch lower then the left side. Dealer indicated they will address the issue (in writing). Picked up the vehicle today and noticed the issue was not fixed. The dealer indicated they contacted RAM Canada and RAM said this was within tolerance and all Rebels were manufactured this way. Has anyone else experienced this issue, any assistance in this matter would be of great assistance
 

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Thank-you for your comments, Took some photo's but unfortunately they didn't come out good as the truck is black on black and the spacing was lost in the glair of the sun and headlights. Anyway; after a major blow-out with the dealer and threatening to return the vehicle they are going to repair it. Contacted a few other dealers on the issue and one dealer indicated they had the same issue with the Rebel's they recently received. The dealer also indicated that this bumper issue is not just with the Rebel but also the new 1500's and other vehicles. So I decided to check it out at the dealership today, and guess what there was a 2500 with the same issue. How does this get through quality control surprises me but I guess it all comes down to money and the purchase of parts from the lowest bidder.
 

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Willis2000, yes I did get my bumper fixed, but it was like they did me a favour by fixing it. The other issue I have is the so called Hemi tick when the truck is idling, but I here this is common with the Hemi engine. Based on all the issues in this thread it appears FCA pushed the Rebel out to get the sales. Dollars over quality seems to be the way of today
 
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