Good information. This does sound like the exact same problems I've been having. Sounds like I should have do the same thing once I bring it back into another dealership. The temps are dropping now and I'm concerned if I try to bring this to another dealer they're going to tell me there's no trouble found and I'll have to wait until next summer when the temps outside are hot again to show them the bad A/C symptoms and the rattling MySky roof.Well, I took mine back to the dealership yesterday and advised them about you having the same problem. They did another "thermometer" test at "Low" speed while my Rene was sitting still in the parking lot...and of course the thermometer test still showed it was working as expected per Chrysler's specifications. So...I took the tech for a ride down the road. On MAX Air, fan wide open...the thermostat went from 44.9 at idle speeds...up to 73.9 degrees while driving. We did the same thing with the fan on low, and it performed the same. It does fine sitting still, but while moving, the temperature coming from the vent rises. The tech knew right then something was wrong. They opened up a claim for me and will be getting back with me when they hear back from Chrysler. The heat is starting to break now and I'm good with rolling the windows down, but at least it should be fixed by next summer when I really need it.
At this point I'm really POed at the original dealership I brought this in for diagnosis. Yesterday, my wife tells me she's out of wind shied washer fluid. I said, what? They're supposed to fill that up during the oil change we did at the dealership usually aren't they? Well they didn't. So I open the hood to fill the washer fluid. The 1st thing I see is oil spilled all over the top of the engine. It's bad enough this dealership can't seem to be able to diagnose their ass from a hole in the ground, but they can't even take the proper care to not spill oil over the top of the engine when performing an oil change.