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  1. Fuel System Service?

    Dodge Challenger R/T Specific
    I received a card in the mail from my dealer saying that they recommend my car have the fuel system serviced. 2010 R/T; 130,000 miles. Anyone know what that is? I didn't see this listed in the manual maintenance schedule.
  2. TCM and TIPM Failed

    Dodge Challenger R/T Specific
    That was my first thought and I looked around but didn't find anything. I have had that happen to this car - ws washer level sensor and front side marker light wires (I since removed the lower spoiler cover). Its been 2 weeks now and I drove it in the rain yesterday and so far no problem.
  3. TCM and TIPM Failed

    Dodge Challenger R/T Specific
    I thought about asking for the old parts, but I'm guessing you would need a simulator to check them. I could have swapped them back in one at a time but if I found something what recourse would I have? I'm sure the dealer would just say they followed the codes... OBD reader sounds like a good...
  4. TCM and TIPM Failed

    Dodge Challenger R/T Specific
    Hey Nuke; no, I hadn't done anything to the car. As a matter of fact I hadn't used it in a week. Unfortunately the nature of the failure didn't allow me to drive the car (limp home mode), so I wasn't able to get to a code reader and so some research. I never heard the term 'Okey-Doke' but I am...
  5. TCM and TIPM Failed

    Dodge Challenger R/T Specific
    Just want to relay my recent experience. Started my 2010 R/T, Auto, the other day and had ESP, BAS, squiggles and CHECK ENGINE lights. Backed out of the driveway and it wouldn't shift out of first gear. Turned the car off; restarted and same thing. Since I'm not close to any place with a reader...
  6. Instrument Cluster Plastic

    Steve White Motors
    Got your PM; thanks for the info! I bought the part from Rock Auto as it was a little cheaper even with shipping. Didn't think of searching their site for the OEM part number... Thanks again!
  7. Instrument Cluster Plastic

    Steve White Motors
    Old post, but I need the same cluster lens for my 2010 Challenger R/T. From what research I've done it does not seem to be available anymore. Part number may be 1NT44XDVAA but I'm not sure. Thanks
  8. Temp Gage Lens Needed

    Dodge Challenger R/T Specific
    Hi, just noticed that the clear plastic lens on my temperature gage has a crack (2010 R/T no EVIC). I looked on Steve White's website and they only list the gage cluster, and even that seems to be discontinued. Anyone have a source for a replacement lens? Thanks!
  9. 130k and counting...

    Dodge Challenger R/T Specific
    Just turned 127K Here's my story: R/T purchased in October 2010; just turned 127,000 on Tuesday. Out of the box, I installed a cabin filter kit, SRT intake and K&N filter. Was subject to the timing chain recall; had that done atabout 30K. Water pump went at about 70K and replaced the...
  10. 2010 Dash Pad Issue

    Challenger Issues & Problems
    Hal - since its not open foam, maybe I'll try some double-sided emblem tape.
  11. 2010 Dash Pad Issue

    Challenger Issues & Problems
    Oregon - I thought you were being sarcastic, until I re-read my post. I meant to say 116K miles!
  12. 2010 Dash Pad Issue

    Challenger Issues & Problems
    I have a 2010 R/T that developed a separation to the dash padabove the center vents; see pics. The car has 116 miles on it and I live inPhoenix AZ. Has this happened to anyone else? I figure I can use some contact cement and clamp the edge of the pad to the plastic 'liner', but am wondering what...
  13. Clicking /Knocking noise help

    Challenger Issues & Problems
    Reaper - are your dash vents working; temperature control and mode selection? Reason I ask is this is what I heard just before my temperature control (mode door actuator) quit. I think the actuators go thru a calibration cycle every time the car is started and if they are failing they make this...
  14. Temperature Control Inop

    Challenger Issues & Problems
    Hi 72to12; yes, unfortunately the blend door actuator is the one further up toward the firewall. You should be able to hear clicking sounds as it tries to move the blend door. Here's a couple of pics showing what's inside and the broken gear. Good luck and let us know how it goes!
  15. Temperature Control Inop

    Challenger Issues & Problems
    OK - got the actuator changed and life is good! But it wasn't that easy. First, the screws are T15 Torx. The one on the bottom right (looking at the actuator) I had to remove using my Torx bit and a 8 mm wrench. The one at top left came out easy as there is enough room under the dash to get my...
  16. Temperature Control Inop

    Challenger Issues & Problems
    Dino - sorry, I can't answer your question. If you search this forum for "blend door actuator" and related keywords as I did after my initial post, you will find other threads where people have changed these parts so unless they are just trying to prevent you from doing your own work, I just...
  17. Temperature Control Inop

    Challenger Issues & Problems
    All 3 actuators are the same; they attach with 3 screws as shown in the photos. See my post in the R/T section "looking for a wiring diagram"; eugene provided a link to a wiring diagram. The wire colors are yellow with a dark blue stripe and dark blue with a yellow stripe.
  18. Temperature Control Inop

    Challenger Issues & Problems
    Dino - the recirc actuator is on the passenger side, accessable by removing the glove box. see attached.
  19. Temperature Control Inop

    Challenger Issues & Problems
    See pics attached. First remove the vertical trim piece at the left side of the dash - just pull it out. Next remove the knee bolster - there's a screw on the left and one underneath by the hood release, then pull it out. Now remove the sheet metal piece (4 screws) and the jute panel, held on by...
  20. Temperature Control Inop

    Challenger Issues & Problems
    After spending some time searching, I found the following: The blend door actuator (1) is a e reversible, 12 volt direct current (DC), servo motor. Models equipped with the MTC single zone heating-A/C system have a single blend-air door, which is controlled by a single blend door actuator. The...
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