One of our club members posted a link from a Dodge Challenger enthusiast website on our club’s forum which alerted us all to an announcement by Kenne Bell, that the supercharger giant was looking for a test vehicle for their new supercharger system for the 5.7L Hemi Challenger. Read more …
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The Hemi Highway Tour came to Southern California this month and although our notoriously good weather played shy, the visit provided some hands on inspection of the new Dodge Challenger and produced answers to some long awaited questions that many have been pondering — What’s new for the 2011 Dodge Challenger? Read more …
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The Dodge Challenger, like many other vehicles, monitors its own behavior and provides an “error” or “fault” code when things go wrong in order to help diagnose the problem. Get the fault codes here.