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so, how does it feel to drive a dodge challenger? here's some insight

2017 Dodge Challenger Test Drive & Review We test drove the 2017 Dodge Challenger the other day and we weren’t surprised at all. Of course we weren’t surprised – we knew we wouldn’t be disappointed because it was a Dodge. We also knew what to expect from that great muscle car, the Challenger and we got everything we anticipated. Once you get behind the wheel of a Challenger you start noticing something different even before you

how catalytic converters work

Back in the pre-emissions regulation days, cars and trucks pumped out a lot of air pollution. Since it was particularly severe in some areas of the country, individual states started mandating maximum allowable emissions levels within their territories. The first to do so was the state of California in 1968; others soon jumped in. By the early '70s, the federal government stepped in and started phasing-in even more restrictive emissions standards for the entire country. According to our sources

dodge challenger receives new upgrade pack. check it out!

The New Dodge Challenger Scat Pack If you are talking to any performance car enthusiast about muscle cars, the current Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat is bound to get brought up. This modern supercar took the Mopar world by storm in 2016 with its retro-looks and incredible 707 horse supercharged V8 engine. Problem is t

is there anything else we can expect from the durango lineup?

Hemi Durango in The Works? FCA went into SEMA show in Las Vegas this past year hoping to show off some of their new concepts, designs, and had hoped that something might stick. Well one concept truly did stick with the audience and the internet when it was shown off, and that was the bright blue Durango concept, which they called the “Durango Shaker”. Shortly after the revealing it was reported by major news outlets that the extremely p

changing flat tires: what did you miss?

Changing a Flat Tire: An Easy Process If you drive for a number of years, the probability is quite high that you will get a flat tire at some point.  It’s virtually a rite of passage for drivers.  For those that have never changed a flat, we have some tips on how it’s done. 1. Anticipate It. First, consider some common sense things like a first aid kit, a snow shovel and a set of jumper cables to keep in your vehicle.  While you are at, if your car is an older one, make sure

vehicle battery running low? here are some tips to enhance performance!

Four Reasons why your car’s battery might keep dying Extreme Temperatures Extreme cold and/or heat can stress the internal structure and chemistry of a car battery and induce premature failure and a weak battery.  In many cases, there’s almost nothing you can do about temperature extremes but it os a factor that you should know about.  Chemically what goes on is called “sulfation,” which is a build-up of lead sulfate crystals w

blowing the fuse: how, when and why

Have you Blown a fuse? Usually, something will simply stop working to indicate that a fuse has blown. For example, it could be the turn signals, the backup lights or some other electrically-powered item.  The solution is replacement of the fuse. This is what the Service Manager at Suburban, a full-service Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and RAM car dealership in Farmington Hills, MI, says to do. During the course of owning a car, there’s a strong chance that a fuse will blow out.  You

timing belts: what they didn't tell you?

What timing belts are  A timing belt is a ribbed rubber belt deep in the engine that couples your engine’s crankshaft to to camshaft(s) above. Basically, a timing belt keeps the valves in the top half of the engine rotating concurrently with the pistons and crankshaft in the lower half. This is essential for proper operation of the vehicle! Keep reading to learn more about timing belts!  But not all cars have them  Today, some cars and trucks have timing belts, but some have metal tim

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