So I took my 2014 Dodge Challenger RT in to the dealership to have three open recalls taken care of. Drop the car off on Monday and they said they would have it in by Wednesday to check it out. Got a call on Wednesday stating that yes all three recalls would be taken care of and that thr alternator had to be special ordered because they did not have one in stock. On Friday they call me and tell me that while they were bringing the car into the shop it caught fire and burned. so I go down check it out and looks and appears that the fire originated near or at the alternator and it’s also stated in the recall for the alternator that it is possible to catch fire. Fast forward today I was informed by FCA customer care that their investigation Has made a decision This was not due to manufacture defect and the corporate Chrysler would not be liable for my car. Was also informed that the dealership would not be liable for my car. Insurance company says thousand dollar deductible they will pay for whatever damages done with the fire started at the alternator and they will not pay for the alternator itself with everything else subsequent to that. So very frustrating has anybody else have this any problems like this with the alternator or your car catching on fire?