I've got a rattle in the right front dash speaker that is driving me MAD! Is there a way to get the speaker face off with out pulling the dash?? It's not the speaker itself but the speaker face.??????:fight:
I can't imagine you'd have to take the dash out JUST to get to the speakers, that'd be an awful design and many have swapped speakers, I'd just google how to install front dash speakers for the Challenger\Charger
I just had this issue repaired under warranty at the dealer. In my case the speaker was bad and had to be replaced. It's an easy replacement. The entire rear section of the top of the dash will lift up by carefully loosening three clips that hold it down. Use a pick or a flat head screwdriver and carefully pull up. This will expose all three speakers and they are easily removed with a phillips head screwdriver that is bent for working in tight spaces.
I know the owners manual for my 2013 Challenger R/T Classic 5.7 Hemi recommends usage of 91 Octane fuel. Has anyone ran 87 in theirs? If so what have been the issues if any? Just curious. In my 2007 5.7 Hemi truck I purchased new, I have used 87 octane in it most often without any problems thus...
I’m doing a front bumper swap for my 18’ challenger sxt. I was wondering if the front belly pan will fit the hellcat bumper fitting wise, part number SWMHCFASCIA from Steve whites motor. And where could I get the fasteners and hardwares
I have moved to a location that does not have E85 within what I consider a reasonable driving distance (>20 miles).
I can re-tune it to run on 93 but was wondering if I can run octane booster without damaging the plugs or causing any issues with the motor.
I'll have to pull the timing back to...
My aluminum 426 (Hellephant) race block was stolen from the local speed-shop the other night, along with other blocks, heads and super chargers. Very rare block so if anyone happens to see it for sale out there, please let me know. The part number is P5160138.