Maintaining Your North Palm Beach Dodge Challenger

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We Offer Dodge Challenger Maintenance Near North Palm Beach, FL

Your new North Palm Beach Dodge Challenger, in addition to being an example of precision engineering, is also the car of your dreams. Built for years of driving pleasure, it is available in various flavors including a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6, a 5.7-liter Hemi and a 6.4-liter Hemi. As refined as all flavors are, they still require maintenance to provide you with the most they can offer in power and performance. A few simple steps will make sure your Dodge Challenger is ready to hit the road on a daily basis. A wealth of information can be found in your Dodge Challenger Owner's Manual but you can always rely on the service experts at North Palm Beach Dodge who will assist you with all your service needs because no one knows your Challenger like they do.

Dodge Challenger Oil Change 

Your North Palm Beach  Dodge Challenger is a piece of precision engineering that will provide years of driving pleasure when properly maintained. It is designed to perform best with fresh conventional or synthetic motor oil, and a new oil filter to remove dirt and impurities that may find their way into the system. 



The Dodge Challenger Owner's Manual recommends changing the oil and filter when the Oil Change Indicator System alerts you to do so, but recommends intervals not exceed 12 months or 10,000 miles for the 3.6-liter and 5.7-liter engines. Owners of the 6.2-liter Hemi should consult their Owner's Manual for service intervals.
 

Dodge Challenger Wheel Alignment

It's one thing to wear down your tires with a blip of the throttle from the Hemi under the hood. But, on the other hand it's a totally different thing to wear down the tires prematurely due to a car that is out of alignment. Properly aligned and inflated, the tires will steer your car straight and true, with the added bonus of getting the longest possible mileage from them (throttle blips aside). Your North Palm Beach  Dodge service department can suggest a proper interval for aligning your Dodge Challenger. Pro tip: Always rotate and balance your tires before performing an all-wheel-alignment in an effort to maintain even tire wear all the way around.


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Napleton Northlake Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM

3701 Northlake Blvd
Directions Lake Park, FL 33403

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Dodge Challenger Spark Plugs

Spark plugs in the Dodge Challenger are typically long-life plugs but still, they may occasionally need replacing. Simply put, they provide the spark needed to create an internal combustion in the internal combustion engine. Your Napleton Dodge service department recommends changing spark plugs at the 100,000 mile mark. Your Dodge Challenger owner's manual can offer more extensive details.

Dodge Challenger Transmission Fluid

Although there is relative little to go wrong on a modern automatic transmission, if you are a high mileage driver, you might consider changing the transmission fluid every 90,000 miles or so.  If your Napleton Dodge Challenger is equipped with a manual transmission, your Northlake Service Advisor will advise you to change your MANUAL transmission fluid every 50,000 miles. With this type of upkeep, the transmission of your Dodge Challenger will offer years of trouble-free driving. For more information check with your Dodge Challenger's owner's manual and your Napleton Northlake Dodge service advisor.



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Dodge Challenger Brake Pads and Rotors

Brake pads and Rotors provide safe stopping power on your new Dodge Challenger. The Brembo (if equipped) calipers and pads squeeze against the spinning rotors to bring your Northlake Dodge to a halt. For how long, though, depends on how aggressive your driving style may be. A routine inspection of the rotors and brake pads are necessary to keep your Challenger as safe as it was designed to be from day one. Your Nothlake Dodge Chrysler Jeep and Ram service advisor is happy to inspect them for you.

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Dodge Challenger Air Filters

A combination of air and fuel is what makes your Dodge Challenger go, and that air better be clean, because your Challenger wants to breathe freely. That's where the air filter comes in. designed to let the air in freely while at the same time trapping particles and debris, it will occasionally need replacement.  Your North Palm Beach Dodge Owner's Manual recommends changing it every 30,000 miles unless you live in particularly dusty regions, which would require more frequent exchanges. Your Challenger will thank you for it.

Dodge Challenger New Wipers

It's not cool going around with smudges on your eyeglasses. The same thing for your windshield. A pair of fresh wipers will make sure your Challenger's windshield is spotless, especially in rainy or snowy regions. Over time though, they will become hard and brittle and should be replaced. North Palm Beach  Dodge's Parts and Service department stocks a full lineup of Mopar Wiper Blades. Pro tip: When the wipers leave water spots, squeaks or streaks on the windshield, it's time for replacement.

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Dodge Challenger Tire Rotation

Tires on your Dodge Challenger should be rotated from front to rear to avoid wearing down prematurely.  One clue that suggests tire rotation is excessive wear on the outside edges of the front tires. Napleton Dodge suggests rotating your Dodge Challengers tires according to the diagram in the owner's manual. This way, they all get to take a turn at the front, where most tire wear occurs. It's a good idea to rotate them approximately every oil change, and always before getting an all-wheel-alignment.

Dodge Challenger Check Those Fluids

Don't leave anything else to chance. Planning a big road trip or cross country jaunt? Check your fluids up before hitting the road. Nothing is more annoying than pushing the wiper fluid button and getting nothing. North Palm Beach's Dodge  service department is ready to top off all fluids when necessary, even between oil changes. Call up for more information today.

Finally: The Owner's Manual of your Dodge Challenger offers much more detailed information on the safe and complete operation of your new Dodge Vehicle. Additionally, the service department and advisors at North Palm Beach Dodge are eager to offer you professional service that will keep your Challenger running and feeling like new. Call them for more information today.
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