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  1. Dodge Dart Mechanical Problems
    Hi, Please help, I have a problem with too much fuel consumption in the Dodge Dart 2.4 A/T (15l / 19l per 100km) (15mpg / 13mpg), I have already replaced the lambda sensor, catalyst, iridium spark plugs, tested tightness of the intake system, theoretically the parameters are normal. The only...
  2. New Member Introduction
    New to the Site Good Morning! New to the forum! Bought my fiance a 2015 Dart earlier in the year and have been very impressed. It is only the Standard but however is still loaded up with features, I put 16" 5 spoke matte black wheels on it, 35% front and 5% rear window tint with exhaust, tinted...
  3. Dodge Dart General Discussion
    Hello, I hope this thread helps anyone who is modding their Dart for better performance/MPG I've been planning a number of small improvements which may add up to an extra average MPG or two. I have a machine shop, so I'm doing this mostly out of fun, curiosity, and "just to make stuff" but I...
  4. Dodge Dart General Discussion
    So here's the breakdown I have the Dodge Dart Limited, 1.4 Turbo, 6speed I'm from the suburbs around Pittsburgh, Its a somewhat hilly area. Initally I noticed That the dart doesn't have the bravado to tackle some of the hills. Figure you have a dinky 1.4 litre engin. however once the multi...
  5. Dodge Dart News & Site News
    Fueleconomy.gov has posted the 2.0L Tigersharks MPG rating, and while it is nothing earth shattering, it will still keep some of those bills in your wallet where they belong. Choosing to go the manual route will obviously save you the most MPG's, and the 2.0L turns in a respectable 25/city...
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