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About Dodge Avenger

Dodge Avenger is a mid-size car manufactured by Mitsubishi Motors from 1994 to 2000 and Dodge, an American brand of the FCA US LLC, which is a subsidiary of an Italian controlled automobile manufacturer Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. from 2007 to 2014. The first Dodge Avenger was introduced in 1994 in North America as a 2-door coupe, which was produced until 2000. When it was reintroduced in 2008, it became a 4-door sports sedan. Before the last Dodge Avenger was replaced by the Chrysler 200 after being produced through two generations, it earned the Top Safety Pick and Top Safety Pick+ awards.
The first-generation Dodge Avenger (1994-2000) was built by Diamond Star Motors (DSM), a joint venture between Chrysler Corporation and Mitsubishi Motors, at the platform derived from the Mitsubishi Galant. It was offered in base Highline and ES trim levels as well as a Sport Appearance Package. As a 2-door notchback coupe, Avenger was powered by 2.0 L inline 4-cylinder engine and 2.4 L V6 engine mated to 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic transmission. The second-generation Dodge Avenger (2007-2014) returned in February 2007 as a 2008 model. SE, SXT, SXT Plus, R/T, R/T AWD, Express, Mainstreet, Lux and Heat were available trim levels. Avenger got more engine options ranging from 2.0 L I4 to 3.6 L V6 engine and engines sent power through 4-speed, 6-speed automatic and 5-speed, 6-speed manual transmissions.

Dodge Avenger Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

Dodge Avenger is notable for its stealthy good look, spacious interior and simply handling, so if you also have one then you have made a right choice. But as a qualified Avenger owner, you had better be prepared for these common problems:
First, engine failure. According to the information collected from online car repair statistics site Carcomplaints.com, when the Dodge Avenger reaches at about 50,000 miles, engine starts to go wrong. Good news for you is that some experienced Avenger drivers have concluded some signs about this issue from driving trip. They told that when the engine starts to make strange sounds, issue starts to arise. If left unattended, situation will deteriorate so that engine performs worse, stalls or shuts down when driving. You may also find the vehicle consumes excessive oil or suffers from starting issues. Thus, a lit Check Engine Light is enough to warn you to inspect the Avenger spark plug, air filter, oil filter, engine mount and fuel tank right away.
Second, suspension failure. This issue may be not that serious as engine failure but it still could cause fatal consequence. Some Dodge Avenger drivers said that they could hear sounds such as clunking, rattling or scraping from underneath the vehicle while driving, if they ignore the sound, the next they could find is the uneven and excessive tire wear and a tilting vehicle. In a long run, the steering wheel will become shaky and loose as well as vehicle vibrates intensely while driving, drivers feel difficult in handling. To avoid get yourself into such dangers, you should always make sure the Avenger drive shaft, wheel bearing, shock absorber and sway bar bushing are working properly all the time.
In order to kill every potential danger in the bud, routine maintenance on some vulnerable auto parts is very effective. In your Dodge Avenger, you need to know what parts need routine maintenance first. Cabin air filter is responsible for filtering contaminants in the air and venting fresh and healthy air into the compartment so that occupants with respiratory diseases will not face with risk of getting allergic to die. Clean it frequently to keep it work smoothly is required. Other parts such as windshield wiper, fog light, headlight and antenna also should be maintained well.
For your Dodge Avenger's long lifespan, you had better make sure it only use OEM Dodge Avenger auto parts as parts replacements. If you have concerns about price of OEM parts, then you might as well take a chance at the broad selection of lowest-priced genuine Dodge Avenger auto parts from MoparPartsGiant.com. Quality, reliability and durability of these OEM Avenger parts are guaranteed by the manufacturer's warranty. Moreover, you have the hassle-free return policy and quickest delivery service back for your most satisfying shopping experience at here!