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Old 06-16-2019, 09:42 PM
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Question 2006 dodge charger & 1998 dodge durango

Hey ya'll my name is Tommy i own a 2006 dodge charger and ill probably have a lot of questions along my ownership of my Charger I am very mechanically inclined my dad taught me at a young age how do work on vehicles I love doing it im trying to go to school in the fall to get my certifications so i can make a living doing it im willing to try anything on my own vehicles to get it to runs but thats just a poor mans way do what you gotta do anyways i got lm charger for just a little bit of work basically got it for free and it was right on time because my 2001 ford escape's transmission went out at the 300,000 mark I'm very proud it i put it the ringer and it still runs but dont move but its time to part ways with cant put no more money in a suv with that many miles the charger had a 2.7 that is locked up at 150,000 pulled it out
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Old 06-17-2019, 10:19 AM
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