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About Dodge Magnum

Dodge Magnum was a large coupe marketed from 1978 to 1979 in the United States and a rear-wheel drive station wagon manufactured by FCA US LLC from 2004 to 2008. As more people have an interest in more modern Dodge Magnum, thus we will talk about Chrysler LX platform Magnum mainly. The first Dodge Magnum was introduced in 1978 as a mid-size car. And in 2005, the Magnum was on Car and Driver's Ten Best list.
After Dodge Magnum ended production in 1988, its name was revived in 2004 as a 2005 station wagon on the Chrysler LX platform. Magnum was available in four submodels: SE featured a 2.7 L 190 hp EER V6 engine mated to 4-speed automatic transmission; SXT had a 3.5 L 250 hp EGJ V6 engine attached to a 5-speed automatic transmission; RT got power from a 5.7 L 340 hp Hemi V8 engine fitted along with a 5-speed automatic transmission; SRT8 was powered by a 6.1 L Hemi V8 engine equipped with a 5-speed automatic transmission. SRT-8 submodel is a high performance version Dodge Magnum debuted at the 2005 Los Angeles Auto Show and was named Best New Modern Muscle Car in the 2006 Canadian Car of the Year contest.

Dodge Magnum Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

Like everything in the world, Dodge Magnum would have problems when it reached some certain point. In order to help some Magnum owners to diagnose and solve problems, we have listed some common problems and solutions here:
First, engine failure. Generally speaking, the lifespan of engine would determine the whole car's life expectancy. Some Magnum drivers complained that the car would idle roughly, miss and sometimes backfire. At the same time, they could find milky oil or brightly colored leaking coolant on the ground underneath the vehicle and engine overheated constantly. Oil consumption would rise up as well as power loss in power and acceleration. Broken intake manifold and intake manifold gasket often are the culprits of these signs.
Second, transmission failure. This problem often is accompanied by abnormal grinding noises from underneath the Magnum. People also found they had difficulty in shifting gears because of transmission slippage and surging. At the same while, a feeling of power loss when attempting to switch gears could produce as well. If your Dodge Magnum is suffering the same symptoms, you should have a thorough inspection on its transfer case seal or torque converter.
Cars are designed to bring benefits to people. If you could not enjoy these advantages, it has no use. So if you want to enjoy safe and comfortable driving experience, then you have to spare some attention to your drive belt, windshield wiper, headlight, and air filter even antenna and antenna mast.
When faced with selecting new replacement auto parts, people may have a disorder of choice. Never hesitate to choose Dodge Magnum OEM parts, which is the right choice. You can save a lot of money and trouble if you get one from our comprehensive selection of Magnum genuine parts with the lowest price.