20 Most Recent 2012 Dodge Challenger SXT Coupe 3.6L V6 FFV 5-speed Automatic Questions & Answers


all depends if they in or outside the bupper set and if there isa fuse set forit in main fuse box

2012 Dodge... | Answered on Mar 02, 2015


Honestly You need to hook up scan tool. You can find information in alarm triggers..It will tell you why the alarm was triggered...Like drivers door,trunck,key fob and so on...Then diagnoss the troubled area. I have'nt seen any one thing that was most common...It could be any of the things mentioned. or more. The list is longer.

Dodge Challenger... | Answered on Feb 21, 2019


seems that your brake booster is leaking, diconect vacum hose to brake booster and pluged press your brake pedal, noise is gone? there you found it you need a new booster, may be hard to find? dont know make sure when your replace it, to mesure the length of front rod or you end up locking up your brakes after a short drive,
hope it helps

Dodge Challenger... | Answered on Jan 22, 2018


Only thing I can tell, with all you've checked, is the power to the gage isn't there. If the tank sending unit ground to frame is not connected, the gage will go past the full mark. No power to the gage it will stay at empty side. Power goes from fuse to gage, gage to sending unit and back to gage. Make sure the fuse is good on both sides of it. The gage just isn't getting power from the fuse.

Dodge Challenger... | Answered on Jan 14, 2018


try bleeding the master cylinder at the lines first as it indicates that there is still air in the pistons
loosen one line at a time and gently apply the brakes until any air bubbles come out tighten the line before releasing the brake pedal
do it for the other line and then bleed all the brakes starting at the longest line first and ending at the shortest line

Dodge Challenger... | Answered on Apr 23, 2017


Hello Steve Lemke,

My guess would be you are all EXQUISITE if you are at
6 PSI & 20 to 30 GPH @ 1800 RPM.

That was the red engine, not the blue... I have THE FACTORY books buried in the basement...

I've seen two: 6 to 7.5 (not to exceed)
and
Manual pump pressure (psi): 4 to 5.5 psi

Hope this helps.

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Incorrect flow rating (pretty sure):
More Information for CARTER M6866

Dodge Challenger... | Answered on Nov 26, 2016


pull off pos bat cable for approx. 1 minute then reinstall

Dodge Challenger... | Answered on Nov 16, 2016


The intake air temperature (IAT) sensor is located on the intake tube. Simply lift up on the engine cover to remove the cover. Near the front of the engine on the intake air tube will be a small 2 wire sensor, this is the IAT. Lift the release tab and rotate 1/4 turn to the left to remove it.

Nate

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Dodge Challenger... | Answered on Aug 28, 2015


forget all that , its the door latch, there is a switch in it, when you shut the door it actuates the door glass, replace it and it will work, about 150 for a new one, Matt/by the way its inside the door, it takes three screws to remove it and unplug the wires,you have to take the door skins off, itas not hard to do but be carefull, not to scatch it up, Matt, this also running the windoes up and down till th battery goes dead

Dodge Challenger... | Answered on Jan 01, 2015


Is your radiator fluid up where it should be? Low fluid will do this.

Dodge Challenger... | Answered on Dec 01, 2014


as you have a fairly new vehicle i'd say it is worth it and yes it will be behind the dash but you may not have to remove the whole dash, start with the heater control knobs , does the hot/cold control feel as thought it is just turning with no resistence ? if so the control cable could be the issue so remove the control panel and see if the hot/cold control cable is in tact, if so have a good look as to where the cable goes removing parts as neccesary, you should get to a point where you will be able to see the hot/cold air box and if the cable is connected to the flap ,if it is try moving the flap with your hand as may just need a bit of a shove to get moving again if this is the case try to lubricate the hinged part , use vaseline as will not cause fumes when gets hot as grease may do , by now you should have a good idea how the heater box can be removed if neccessary, take things slowly ,i have heard that some later model vehicles have a vacuum controlled heater vent , i have no experience of this system, mainly because i'm in the uk and it seems to be a usa car manufacturer system, so you may get advice referring to this from other fixya posters,which is absolutely fine and helps me learn as well, keep me posted if you wish

Dodge Challenger... | Answered on May 21, 2014

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