Dodge Challenger Transmission Overheating: Symptoms + Causes

Overheating is the worst thing that can happen to your Dodge Challenger’s transmission.  An overheating transmission will drastically shorten its service life.  If you suspect that your transmission is overheating, doing something about it now can keep you from an expensive transmission repair later.  Low transmission fluid is the number one cause of an overheating … Read more Dodge Challenger Transmission Overheating: Symptoms + Causes

Dodge Challenger Radiator Leaking:  Symptoms + Diagnosis

  Your Dodge Challenger’s cooling system passes antifreeze throughout its engine.  The main parts of the system are the thermostat, radiator, water pump, coolant itself, and the hoses.  If any of these parts go bad, you may experience radiator a leak.  A radiator leak is very common.  You should notice the leak directly under your … Read more Dodge Challenger Radiator Leaking:  Symptoms + Diagnosis

Dodge Challenger: P0720 → OSS Circuit → Malfunction

P0720 is a generic OBD II trouble code, which means that it has the same meaning for your Dodge Challenger as it would any other vehicle.  It indicates that your Challenger’s OSS (Output Shaft Speed Sensor) is reporting a malfunction. It’s typically caused by a bad OSS, or a wiring problem. The OSS works by … Read more Dodge Challenger: P0720 → OSS Circuit → Malfunction

Dodge Challenger P0520: Oil Pressure Switch/Sensor → Circuit

  P0520 is a common OBD2 trouble code.  It’s generic, which means that it has the same meaning for the Dodge Challenger as it would any other vehicle.  P0520 indicates that the oil pressure sensor is operating outside of its normal “range”.  It is typically caused by a bad oil pressure sensor switch or a … Read more Dodge Challenger P0520: Oil Pressure Switch/Sensor → Circuit

Dodge Challenger P0108:  MAP Barometric Sensor → High Input 

  P0108 is a generic OBD-II trouble code.  It indicates your Dodge Challenger’s MAP (manifold absolute pressure) sensor’s voltage reading is outside of the normal operating range.  The voltage is too high.  It’s most commonly caused by a bad MAP sensor, wiring issue, or vacuum leak. The MAP sensor measures the air pressure coming into … Read more Dodge Challenger P0108:  MAP Barometric Sensor → High Input