This bulletin applies to 2014 Dodge Challenger, Charger and Chrysler 300 vehicles equipped with a 5.7L engine and built on or before Sept.4, 2013. A MIL may be on, with DTC P1621 (O2 sensor reference voltage circuit low) or P1622 (O2 sensor reference voltage circuit high).
This bulletin applies to 2011-2012 Dodge Challenger, Charger and 300C models equipped with a 3.6L engine. The customer may experience a MIL on and the technician may find code P0108 (manifold absolute pressure sensor circuit high) has been set active or stored.
A “small number” of 2014 Chrysler 300, Charger and Challenger models equipped with a 3.6L engine and built on or before 9-27-2013 may experience a MIL on, with DTC P0606 (internal control processor) set.
This bulletin applies to 2011-2012 Dodge Challenger, Charger and 300C models. The customer may experience a MIL on. The technician may find DTC P0108 stored (MAP sensor circuit high). Updating the software will correct this condition.
This bulletin applies to 2011 Dodge Chargers equipped with a 5.7L engine. Some customers may see a “Service 4WD” light in the cabin compartment node. Upon further investigation, the technician may find that C1078 (tire revolutions range performance) is set in the DTCM.
2012 Dodge Chargers equipped with the W5A580 transmission and built on or before 6-5-2012 may exhibit a MIL on and DTC P0730 (incorrect gear ratio) either active or stored in PCM memory.
The 2011-2012 police interceptor Charger may experience a front end clunk noise, coming from the tension strut bushing(s), when coming to a stop.
This bulletin applies to 2012 Dodge Charger and all SRT 8 vehicles and all Challengers equipped with the 5.7L engine and the TR manual transmission.
This bulletin applies to 2012 Dodge Charger police vehicles equipped with the 5.7L engine. The technician may find DTCs B1642-15, B16AF-15, B1646-15 or B16B3-15. Repairs may involve reconfiguring the Police Vehicle Central Body Controller (CBC) and installing two tail lamp jumper harnesses.
Owners of 2011-2013 Dodge Challenger or Charger models may complain about the driver and/or front passenger seat moving during acceleration or braking. Upon inspection you may find excess movement of about 1 mm. The fix simply involves replacing the power seat track drive block bolts.
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