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Dodge Nitro Questions

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P0305 Code Misfire On Cylinder 5 I Change Sparkplugs But Now Is Shaking Wor...

P0305 code misfire on cylinder 5 i change sparkplugs but now is shaking worst when idle, coils are good,injectors good.any advice? thanks 2009 dodge nitro 3.7

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BullDawg Holt
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Replaced Water Pump And Thermostat. Still Blowing Cold Air And Temp Gauge R...

I have replaced the water pump and the thermostat and flushed the system. Started the engine and brought it up to normal temp. Turned on the heat and it is still blowing cold air, but the temp gauge r...

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63steve
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Over Heating

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How To Take Off Door Panel On Dodge Nitro

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elsmitro
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Not Much Heat Coming Out

I don't know what to do, I've tried everything I can think of. I found and tested 3 actuator motors under the dash and the flaps they control. The motors were strong and I could not prevent them f...

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About the Dodge Nitro

The Dodge Nitro was launched in 2007 as a midsize SUV with a boxy-yet-sporty look. It's based on the Jeep Liberty, and has an old-school body design atop the sturdy truck-style platform. Compared to other midsize sport utility vehicles, the Nitro is on the smaller side, and reviewers praise it for its maneuverability.

A high roofline and rectilinear profile translate to plenty of headroom, legroom, and cargo capacity.  They're also a nod to the Nitro's Jeep roots. The front grille, on the other hand, is all Dodge Ram; the fierce-looking front end seems a little misplaced on this cartoony bodystyle.

The Nitro's fuel economy isn't terrible for a two-ton vehicle, but compared to the Ford Escape or the Saturn Vue, it's a bit of a gas-guzzler. Still, it's got its charm, and the folks at Chrysler have high hopes for the new brand.