Dodge Avenger owners manuals
- Engine May Not Start at Times
- Automatic Transmission May Have Shifting Issues
- Knocking Sound From the AC Compressor
- Dodge recall on the connector for the cooling fan motor
- Sensor Malfunction Inside Distributor May Produce Stalling/Starting Issues
- Wet Carpet caused by Plugged Evaporator Drain
- Heater Not Working Correctly, mainly on the passenger side
- Gear Shift Module Locked Up
The Dodge Avenger is a mid-sized sedan that was sold by Dodge. The Avenger began its North American introduction in 1994 as a two-door coupe, which was built till 2000. The model was re-launched to the market as a four-door sports sedan beginning in 2007.
The 2014 model year indicated the stop of Avenger making as the mid-sized sedan for both the Chrysler and Dodge brands, followed by the new 2015 Chrysler 200 and new compact Dodge Dart.
The Dodge Avenger was available in three trim levels: SE, SXT, and R/T. The Dodge Avenger SE and SXT were powered by a standard 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine that delivered 173 horsepower and 166 pound-feet of torque. Power is transferred to the front wheels by a six-speed automatic in the SXT and four-speed automatic transmission in the SE. The six-speed was optional for the SE.
Dodge Avenger known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the Dodge Avenger are: