The new "electrical architecture"---how different will it be? Will components from a 2012 or 2013 have a completely different wiring harness and connectors than this new one to the point where a certain module or sensor wouldn't be cross compatible? I guess what I'm getting at is if in a few years I wanted to try and stab a ZF 8 speed from a '14 JGC/Durango into my '12 Durango, none of the connectors or wiring harness would be compatible between the 2 electrical "architectures"?marlon_jbt said:No SRT.Lots of new technology and an entirely new electrical architecture. New front and rear fascias. Same technology as was introduced in the 2014 Grand Cherokee.Production, I believe starts in June.
No SRT, huh...?marlon_jbt said:No SRT.
Lots of new technology and an entirely new electrical architecture. New front and rear fascias. Same technology as was introduced in the 2014 Grand Cherokee.
Production, I believe starts in June.
You dug up an old thread just to reply to a message from January???SUNBURNTsnype said:No SRT, huh...?
Did you get a chance to read this:
I would assume so... And even if it was theoretically in the pipeline it would be 2015-2016 before we would see the fruit IMHO.DaveAdmin said:If it's something they're just looking at in the proposal stage, it wouldn't be in the pipeline. It wasn't in the 2012 plan. Wouldn't a new SRT proposal work like this?
1) Initial proposal with cost/benefit analysis ("business case")
2) If approved, attempt to work something up / see if it can be done
3) Revised proposal with more accurate cost/benefit analysis
4) If approved, goes into official pipeline