Is this a trend? My 2017 is in the shop as I write with a ‘”solenoid B” and “emissions” code after transmission locked up in low gear about 60 miles into an 80 mile trip. The truck has 83,000 miles on the odometer. I bought it new as a leftover two years ago. Dealer is quoting $9K as a replacement cost for the transmission. Really? I purchased the extended warranty so it’s covered but they are hemming and hawing about new vs. remanufactured. My position is what kind of truck transmission gives out in TWO years of driving. I never towed a load with it and the heaviest load in the bed was a load of mulch from a garden center four miles away. I’m pretty steamed.While driving back from Western PA tonight I experienced two error messages. The dash indicated a “Transmission System Problem” and “Blind Spot System” failure message. This occurred after about 1 hour of driving on a 4 hour drive. The PRNDL indicator also flashed all the letters.
This is on a 2017 RTL-E with 80,000 miles. I bought it used from a dealer about a month ago.