I bought a CPO 2019 Ram 2500 Diesel with 39K on the odometer form this stealership in good faith. Only to have the fuel filter light come on after I put about 1,500 mile on it. How can this be, if the truck went through the BIG CPO inspection that you pay for in the CPO price?? The service rep even said it should be done and would take care of it if I was able to swing by in the next week, or two. That all was until I said that’s a little hard to do, because I live in PA. I offered to take it to my local dealer and they could bill them, or even to send me the filters and I would do it. Nope, so I bought my own filters and did the service myself!! Then shortly later I notice the two areas they had painted are starting to show signs of the clear coat coming off!!! I called, emailed and get a lousy response and was told that’s not their problem and that’s work I want done above and beyond what they did. I said I just want the poor workmanship fixed! They gave the line if we don’t have a record of the work done, but they would give $200 towards the repair, which costs $1,500 to have fixed, per the two estimates I sent them. I would never give this dealership a dime, or a minute of my time, especially being out of state. If anyone wants to see the proof, I’ll forward my text and emails... just let me know!!