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so do any other HC owners have sketchy looking wiring like mine?
Yes, I am pretty sure they are all that way if you are asking about the tape around the end of the harness sheathing at the connectors. Here are a few pictures of mine. My routing is a bit different as I have the JLT intake installed so I had to relocate the PCV valve. My Durango Hellcat was built March 18. I remember tweaking a few of the harness routings after I took delivery and got it home as some of them didn't seem to be routed from point A to B as smoothly as they could have been.

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I haven't looked or jacked it up. But lately after sitting a day or two (or a week). I get a grind (wouldn't even call it that, hum? vibration?) which I can also feel via the pedal, on the front right. Just happens once or twice (as in wheel rotation) and never again until it sits. My first thought is brake pads/rotor. No clicking/binding or any other noises when turning.
 

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I haven't looked or jacked it up. But lately after sitting a day or two (or a week). I get a grind (wouldn't even call it that, hum? vibration?) which I can also feel via the pedal, on the front right. Just happens once or twice (as in wheel rotation) and never again until it sits. My first thought is brake pads/rotor. No clicking/binding or any other noises when turning.
Sounds like the brakes. Mine sat for 10 days and I drove it without any noises. But, my wife's Kia gets that noise from the front if it sits for more than a day. Dealer found the pads oxidated and sanded them down at 3000 miles but it has returned. According to the dealer they will be replacing the pads. Hopefully that eliminates the issue.
 

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I haven't looked or jacked it up. But lately after sitting a day or two (or a week). I get a grind (wouldn't even call it that, hum? vibration?) which I can also feel via the pedal, on the front right. Just happens once or twice (as in wheel rotation) and never again until it sits. My first thought is brake pads/rotor. No clicking/binding or any other noises when turning.
Sounds like rust buildup on the rotors, especially if it goes away after a few braking cycles. If you do hear any clicking, that’s typical with the two-piece rotors on these trucks, but is usually more consistent.
 

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Vehicles in the passing lane are unable to impede my travel. It seems dodge did not install that wind up time it takes to get around someone who won’t get over.

Passing power is only duplicated by vehicles which cost in access of 200k.

I’m not experiencing any back pain on trips in excess of 500 miles.

Slight crumpling sound from gas tank at WOT. Almost like the fuel is being sucked out of the tank at a rapid rate.

Seems I’m unable to pass a gas station. In all honesty I didn’t expect to anyways.

I now feel as if I no longer need to go to amusement parks for a thrill ride.

I was able to Immediately locate a pin I dropped inside the cabin.

I have had that grinding noise a couple of times but I’ve ignored it. I feel it will eventually go away on its own or I will have ignored it to the point I won’t hear it when/if it happens again.

My wife who is a gear head car nut loves it. She’s a bit of a snob and usually drives AMG or M/// cars. She was a bit apprehensive about dropping 100k on a dodge. Now she won’t get out of the drivers seat.

I’m gonna rack insane miles on this thing and have a blast doing it!
 

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Vehicles in the passing lane are unable to impede my travel. It seems dodge did not install that wind up time it takes to get around someone who won’t get over.

Passing power is only duplicated by vehicles which cost in access of 200k.

I’m not experiencing any back pain on trips in excess of 500 miles.

Slight crumpling sound from gas tank at WOT. Almost like the fuel is being sucked out of the tank at a rapid rate.

Seems I’m unable to pass a gas station. In all honesty I didn’t expect to anyways.

I now feel as if I no longer need to go to amusement parks for a thrill ride.

I was able to Immediately locate a pin I dropped inside the cabin.

I have had that grinding noise a couple of times but I’ve ignored it. I feel it will eventually go away on its own or I will have ignored it to the point I won’t hear it when/if it happens again.

My wife who is a gear head car nut loves it. She’s a bit of a snob and usually drives AMG or M/// cars. She was a bit apprehensive about dropping 100k on a dodge. Now she won’t get out of the drivers seat.

I’m gonna rack insane miles on this thing and have a blast doing it!
"Slight crumpling sound from gas tank" Ha ha!! Great line!
 
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