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2009 Dodge Challenger repairs by problem area

Engine (50%)

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2009 Dodge Challenger 2dr Coupe

425-horsepower 6.1L V8 6-speed manual RWD

Dodge Challenger in New York, United States
Jun 2016 - Jul 2018
Jul 2018

8000 mi

US $150
The ECM needed to be reprogrammed for the "push to start button" (keyless start) to work correctly. ECM software has a glitch it. Not worth the $400.00 to repair. Charged for diag. Air bag module replacment. Recall 

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2009 Dodge Challenger 2dr Coupe

372-horsepower 5.7L V8 5-speed shiftable automatic RWD

Dodge Challenger in Ontario, Canada
- May 2011
May 2011

21700 mi
Radio Replaced Under Warrenty 
Dodge Challenger in Texas, United States
Mar 2015 - Sep 2017
Jun 2015

84000 mi

US $200
Battery dead. Battery cables corroded. Replaced battery and positive battery cable. 
Feb 2017

104000 mi

US $750
Engine vibration at low rpm, replaced crank pulley Radiator failed. Replaced radiator. Also replaced engine fan, upper and lower hoses, and thermostat as a preventative measure due to age 

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2009 Dodge Challenger Repair Histories

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