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About Dodge Daytona

Dodge Daytona is a compact vehicle manufactured by 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 1984 to 1993. The first Dodge Daytona was introduced in 1984 to replace the Mitsubishi Galant-based Dodge Challenger. Built based on the Chrysler G platform, which was derived from the Chrysler K platform, Dodge Daytona slotted between the Dodge Charger and the Dodge Conquest. The 1995 Dodge Avenger eventually took the Daytona's place after Daytona stopped production in February 1993 even it once was on Car and Driver Magazine's Ten Best List.
Competing with the Ford Probe, Chevrolet Camaro and Honda Civic, Dodge Daytona came with three trim levels: standard, Turbo and Turbo Z as well as a performance-oriented Shelby version. Between 1987 and 1988, Dodge Daytona also added Shelby Z and Pacifica, a new t-roof package as well as an optional suspension and a new R/T performance package. Though experiencing several updates and facelifts, Dodge Daytona was powered by engines ranging from 2.2 L inline 4-cyliner engine to 3.0 L V6 engine with power mildly increasing. And power is sent through 5-speed manual, 3-speed and 4-speed automatic transmissions to the front wheels.

Dodge Daytona Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

Dodge Daytona was Chrysler's high-technology sports cars but due to it is the first turbocharged, front-drive sports car built in America, immature design concept in it unavoidable. And based on this fact, you need to be alert about these common problems that have arisen on the Daytona:
First, engine failure. No one could ignore this issue not only because it is a common issue but also because it could result in serious consequence. According to Dodge Daytona drivers, once this issue arises, you should be alert that if your vehicle is on the verge of breaking down. In most cases, you could learn about some signs of this issue and solve it in advance before the engine fails completely. At first, the engine will make some noises, which you should never ignore, then engine will work roughly even stalls, misfires, and overheats a lot. If you find a loss of power while accelerating, excessive oil consumption and lit Check Engine Light, you should inspect the Daytona spark plug, air filter, oil filter, oil pump, engine mount and drive belt immediately.
Second, braking failure. This is another common issue on Dodge Daytona. You must know that a well-functioning braking system could save your life and a bad-working braking system could kill you. Thus, no driver will estimate the issues on braking system, including Daytona drivers. As accumulation of mileage, the brakes will give out louder and louder noises while in use, they even work worse than usual and the brake pedal becomes vibrating when being depressed. Some drivers with mechanical knowledge background claimed that they also found score marks on the rotors. If you do not want put lives of occupants in the vehicle and people out on the road at stake, please make sure the Daytona brake pad set, brake disc, brake drum and brake rotors are in prime condition all the time.
Routine maintenance on Dodge Daytona has not been attached enough importance to as some did not realize its significance and though it is a time-wasting behavior. But in fact, performing routine maintenance on some vulnerable parts could extend Daytona's lifespan effectively. In order to save your time and energy in maintaining, we will offer some clues about what parts need such kind of maintenance. Daily used, important but works always under harsh conditions auto parts such as windshield wiper, fog light, headlight, cabin air filter, seat belt, antenna and antenna mast are all working under adverse conditions but play important roles in creating safe and comfortable driving environment.
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