So, I think the dealer is now trying to correct a lot of the issues. More just keep popping up. I spent the entire weekend wiring in a TPMS system, hard wired surge protector and washing/polishing/wax-sealing the entire rig.
Found 5 more issues including cracks in the fiberglass cap and cracks in the running board. There was missing/cracked caulk as well. I found goobers of silicone on the front cap and it was impossible on some of them to remove so I gave up. I have no idea why gobs of silicone would be on the cap. The stickers are already peeling on the front cap as well.
Nav doesn't work. I keep wondering if I am using it wrong. Every time I hit the button for nav, it just beeps at me. The two times I tried it were sitting in my driveway and also on the highway on the way back to the dealer.
BTW, if you were ever trying this and wondering:
The Jensen radio is set up to play DVD's. Duh. Well the radio has the capability to run 2 zones of audio. If wired correctly (and the TV relay undone), the kids can watch a movie while you listen to the radio. You would just have to fade the sound all the way to the front for the radio so you don't have the rest of the coach speakers playing. Unfortunately, the explanation I got from the dealership was that Jayco doesn't wire it that way.
Got the same response on the king jack. They just aren't installing the electronics.
The dealer is apparently getting mixed signals from Jayco and Hellwig on the springs when I asked for them to be adjusted.
I've spent probably 10 hours total chasing rattles, squeaks and such. I haven't found a solution for everything and there is one large one I can't figure out what it is yet. I will need the wife to drive down the road while I listen for it. Lots of foam, weather seal strips, rubber vaccuum line, zip ties, etc. to get them to all quiet down.
The most unfortunate part was while the dealer had the coach for repair, they took it for an alignment. Apparently, Belle Tire smashed the rear corner into something and messed up the bumper and the corner of the coach.
They are fixing it, but apparently trim pieces from Jayco take at least a week to come in.
Oh, and I can't get a single person from Jayco to actually call me back or answer the phone. I've been on hold twice for over a 1/2 hour and nothing.
It's just not my year....