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The Dodge Nitro is a compact SUV introduced by Dodge in one generation between 2007 and 2012. With a sturdy, block design that combines body structure with continuous chassis components, the Nitro was produced at the Toledo North Assembly Plant in Toledo, Ohio. Available in a four-door version and catering to both left- and right-hand drive, the Nitro found its way to markets worldwide. Buyers had the option to choose from either a rear-wheel-drive or partial all-wheel drive. The Nitro houses an ECG 3.7L V6 engine that boasts a power output of 210 hp at 5200 rpm and 235 lb-ft of torque at 4000 rpm. It features a cast-iron cylinder block and aluminum SOHC cylinder heads, along with sequential fuel injection and roller guides. The vehicle utilizes an NSG370 transmission that requires specific lubrication to avoid premature wear or damage, and a fully electronic 42RLE transmission system with adaptive memory. For the 2011 model year, Dodge introduced the Heat 4.0 package with a five-speed automatic transmission, Uconnect phone, and an upgraded eight-speaker audio system. Interior updates, new fabrics and leathers, high-quality color-coordinated stitching, Dodge's signature racing stripes, and nine exterior colors also characterized the later Nitro models. The Nitro, known for its strong build and solid performance, marked Dodge's entry into the compact SUV segment.

Like any vehicle, the Dodge Nitro begins to manifest issues over time and accumulated mileage. Based on data from, the most frequently reported problems involve the electrical system and the engine. Many Nitro owners have reported issues with their windows, with either one or all failing to function correctly, likely due to a malfunctioning power window switch. Additionally, the tailgate lock might fail to work, or the tailgate cylinder may refuse to turn. Engine issues, particularly related to oil, are also common. Drivers have noticed increasing oil leaks under the vehicle and around the oil drain plug, with smoking from an overheating engine and faster than usual oil level reduction. If these signs appear, it's crucial to inspect the oil pan and oil pan gasket for any damage. Besides these common issues, other parts like the drive belt, seat belt, windshield wipers, and air filter require regular maintenance. These components contribute to passenger safety, maintain clear visibility for the driver, and ensure clean air inside the vehicle, thus they should not be overlooked.

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Dodge Nitro Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How to Replace a Dodge Nitro Battery?
    A: Disconnect the negative battery cable first, then the positive cable. Check the battery state of charge and perform a load test. Replace the battery, disconnecting the cables in reverse order. Lift out the battery and inspect the area underneath for corrosion. Ensure the new battery matches the original's dimensions, amperage rating, and cold cranking rating. Reinstall the battery and reconnect the cables.
  • Q: What is the Fuel Evaporative Emissions Control (EVAP) System,Canister Purge Valve and Vapor Canister?
    A: The EVAP system absorbs fuel vapors from the tank and releases them into the engine intake. It utilizes a canister filled with activated charcoal and a two-way valve to vent fuel vapors. The PCM operates a purge control solenoid to open a diaphragm valve in the canister. A leak detection monitor system is also in place to detect any leaks. Component replacement involves removing and installing the EVAP canister, purge control solenoid, and leak detection pump.
  • Q: What is the Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor Responsible on Dodge Nitro?
    A: The manifold absolute pressure sensor is responsible for monitoring changes in intake manifold pressure, which are caused by variations in engine load and speed. The voltage signal received by the PCM ranges from 0.5 volts at closed throttle (high vacuum) to 4.5 volts at wide-open throttle low vacuum.