Having problems with your 2006 Dodge Charger ?

2006 dodge charger r/t car has been sitting for over 3 1/2 months. Battery went dead and had battery replaced. However speedometer not working, turn signals not working and gas gauge not working. The car feels like it's stuck in cruise control and feels like it won't go over 30 mpg. or if eccelarted the car feels like it will stall out. The lights that are showing constant are: check engine light, tire pressure light,brake light ( blinky constantly) and abs light.Not sure why car would respond

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 21-01-2019

Answers :

This is a common problem for chrysler products....I am a level 2 chrysler tech.I dont know when your problem started but I have seen it and had the same type problem.....if it started before you changed the battery or not you have to take it to a dealer and request them to FLASH the vehicle...This means update the PCM.I have done this to all type of chrysler...mostly the 3ooseries,but also charger,town&country vans...etc..sometimes the radio will not work also....However if it happened after the battery replacement the technician may have arked the post or accidently installed it backward...this will sometimes ruin the PCM but you will not know until you have it FLASHED.....Normally if installed wrong you will just blow a fuse or two and it will not damage the PCM....UNLESS THAT HAPPENED AND THEY CHANGED THE FUSE'S AND DIDNT TELL YOU.But that is just a question the dealer will ask you.FLASH the PCM and it should solve your problem.HOWEVER the gauge problem could be a seperate problem in the instrument cluster,This is also another chrysler problem on some...If the FLASH dont solve the gauge problem the instrument cluster needs to be changed.
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