Hello all! Thanks for letting me join the site. I have a 2012 Charger SE with the standard V6. I took it in a couple months ago and had all the recalls did. Not sure what they all were I know one was the alternator, headlight wiring and the seatbelt wiring. I am not sure what the others were. Anyway a few days ago the yellow light stayed on. The one showing a car with the squiggly lines under it. Made a short trip and shut the car off. Did not come back on. A few days later it was back on and has not gone off since. This past Saturday we were out and about. We stopped for lunch and when we got back in the car I cranked it up and it started fine then it started saying the key bob was not present. I shut it off and restarted it and that went away. However the yellow light stays on all the time. I have pressed the traction control button for different lengths of time with no change. I have checked the fuses in the PCM and did not find any blown. While checking the fuses I was looking around and saw that the boot for the steering column on the firewall side was missing. Stealer ship told me I had to buy the lower half of the steering column to get the boot. While I was pulling into a parking space I was applying the brakes and turning left and I heard what sounded like ball bearings rolling around in the glove box. I also noticed that the transmission does not always upshift properly. It seems that it don't always up shift through the full range of gears. So I guess I have a whole lot more issues than just that yellow light. The motor runs good and the car only has about 50,000 miles on it. So where do I start. I am going to raise it up and check the brakes on the passenger side to see how they look. Oh and when I had the recalls done they told me I had a bad shock on the rear and the front strut supports were real bad. The last problem is a clicking sound coming from the rear end. Sounds like a CV joint or U joint going out. I can hear it with the window down and my head out the window at idle speed. The dealer said they could not find any thing wrong back there and that the clicking was coming from the front strut supports. I been working on vehicles for my self most of my life and can do anything other than alignments. Due to lack of equipment. I know what I am hearing. It is just the fact that the drive train has a 100,000 mile warranty and I don't want the wife to get stranded because some cluck don't know what he is doing in that shop. This is her daily driver so I don't get to drive it too often. So if anyone knows or has had any of these problems and has a solution I would appreciate your advice.