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someone who knows which modules must be new or can o set, use modules on my car.

someone who knows where to get hold of the wiring diagram for my challenger srt8 2012.

what modules sitting in the rear luggage. anybody have pictures o show.

hope someone can help me. lives in Sweden o hard and get hold of parts and information here
 

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WOW, your a brave man trying to take this on in Sweden. Was it fresh or salt water? You should buy the factory service manual if your going to attempt this.
it will be a challenge but it starts with a key., but it needs some modules o new radio.
there are not so many SRT8 in Sweden :) o this was cheap o I have strap on repair it before going in loss
 

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Another challenger talk forum member (Nuke) posted this a little while back. Thanks to him. I am just passing the information on to you. Search the threads and you can find a lot of information here. Most people here will be glad to assist if they can!

I hope you get your car sorted out and can enjoy it. I love my challenger. Best car I have ever owned.
 

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I do not want to hear it: Crbaby:: Yikes:
LMAO! I hear ya. I travel a lot and see the gas prices in a lot of countries. Yeah there are cheaper prices in some countries, but the USA has got good gas prices compared to most, especially Europe and even Asia.

My boss is Norwegian and I hear about the prices there.

I am thrilled that you like the challenger that much you would buy it knowing gas is going to be a major expense. Does Sweden tax your vehicle in reference to the engine size? I know in places like Singapore, the bigger the motor, the more its gonna cost you just to own it.

A lot of muscle/classic car people live in Scandinavia.
 

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LMAO! I hear ya. I travel a lot and see the gas prices in a lot of countries. Yeah there are cheaper prices in some countries, but the USA has got good gas prices compared to most, especially Europe and even Asia.

My boss is Norwegian and I hear about the prices there.

I am thrilled that you like the challenger that much you would buy it knowing gas is going to be a major expense. Does Sweden tax your vehicle in reference to the engine size? I know in places like Singapore, the bigger the motor, the more its gonna cost you just to own it.

A lot of muscle/classic car people live in Scandinavia.


Here in Sweden you pay for the weight of the car tax. but insurance is to model o engine size so this is the expensive bit but ok, yes, here in Sweden we like vintage cars and usa cars. I myself am saab fan. I have a challenger r / t in 1970 and now a 2012;)
 

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LMAO! I hear ya. I travel a lot and see the gas prices in a lot of countries. Yeah there are cheaper prices in some countries, but the USA has got good gas prices compared to most, especially Europe and even Asia.

My boss is Norwegian and I hear about the prices there.

I am thrilled that you like the challenger that much you would buy it knowing gas is going to be a major expense. Does Sweden tax your vehicle in reference to the engine size? I know in places like Singapore, the bigger the motor, the more its gonna cost you just to own it.

A lot of muscle/classic car people live in Scandinavia.

excuse my bad spelling
 
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