I Look at it under it's cover every day since November 1st
I went to Glendora Dodge parts dept. to order a new battery post cover. The counter person had a very difficult time trying to locate this item. The part # that he ordered is: 4606858AA. I hope this is the correct p/n? The part has to come from Centerline, MI as no local dealers have it in stock.You don't have to disconnect the battery to change the cover. The cover has a "flap" that opens, and clips you just move
The battery is located in the trunk but also has some terminals under the hood. The positive terminal under the hood has a red cover with a "+" engraved on it. That cover broke and I'm looking to replace it. I scoured the OEM parts section on your website looking for it but I couldn't find it...www.challengertalk.com
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Comes off easy, bought a new one I painted and replaced
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I was afraid that the wrong part was ordered. Neither one of the parts counter people really knew what they were doing. Thank you very much for the part description & part number. I will order it from Steve White.No, that's for the rear, at the battery, you need the Cap-Jump Post - Mopar (68188999AA) | Steve White Parts In the link I posted
Damn, that looks good. I wish I didn't live on a road that would eat those.I bought the ZL1addons diffuser from a german shop a few weeks ago. At that time it was the only ZL1 item they had. Three days ago they mailed that they have more parts now. I ordered right away and spent two hours in the DIY workshop today.
ZL1 Rear Extensions
ZL1 Side Skirts
And the whole thing
I‘m super happy! Skirts, rear extensions and the diffuser plate create a nice line all around the car. And I like that these parts are not too obvious at first glance.
I live past where the paved roads go, but if they do not make the car lower where did you get tham and what did they cost? Easy install?
Well, in this case they might even protect your paint and the original side skirts. They are 252$ - don‘t know how much they charge for shipping in the US. Installation is easy but I would recommend a car lift for installation.I live past where the paved roads go
Thanks. Got it off one of the mopar parts site for about $35 so shop around for pricing. Can google part # 68272122AA.Very nice, love the way the decals pop. Links for the ABS covers pls?
Looks awesome. I did this on all 4 of my Challengers. Amazing what a cheap simple mod can do for your car.