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Replace your plastic piece with this unbreakable billet piece from Billet Tech. For use in your Dodge Charger, Magnum, and Chrysler 300 to prevent breakage where you can't take your car out of park
Dodge Magnum shifter stuck in park - Watch how easily this can be worked around!! SO SIMPLE!!
My 2005 Dodge Magnum was stuck in park the other day and the tow truck
driver told me how I can get the car driving again using only a pencil or
something similar in size. It only takes a few seconds and you will be
able to shift again to save money and the hassle of a tow.
This saved my wife and I money on the tow as well as lots of frustration so
I could at least drive the car until I could replace the part that failed.
If you want to actually replace the part (like I did) check out this
extremely detailed video here that made it SO simple to follow and do
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3.5 L Chrysler V6 Spark Plug Change (Magnum, Charger, Challenger)
How I changed spark plugs on a 3.5 L V6 non-transverse mounted Chrysler
engine in a SXT Magnum.
I don't usually work on Chrysler products, excuse my ignorance about how to
do this from the start. I usually work on Honda/Acura and Toyota/Lexus
products and am much, much more familiar with them.
Tools I needed (used):
15 mm open end wrench
Spark plug socket
Needle Nose Pliers
10mm open end/box end wrench
10mm deep well socket
Flat head screwdriver (common end)
Spark Plugs (NGK OEM Laser Platinum)
Feel free to ask questions or comment. I didn't call the dealership to
find out how much they would have charged. I paid $5.66 x 6 for the NGK
Plugs and a few dollars for anti-seize so it was just under $40.
Empowering individuals to fix their own vehicles with the help of someone
who has done it before.
Disclaimer: I am not responsible for damage done while working on your
vehicle. How I describe or show things is how it works for me. When I do
a job, I do it correctly and don't skimp on parts. I only buy premium
aftermarket parts or OEM parts from a dealership.