The Dodge Charger, is a rear-wheel drive full-size automobile built by Chrysler LLC for its North American Dodge brand. Introduced in February 2005 for the 2006 model year, this new Charger shares the LX platform of the Chrysler 300.
This workshop and repair manual provides detail information about technical specification, features, maintenance, repair, service and workshop procedures for Dodge Charger LX 2005 models. This manual is divided into sections covering discussion on Lubrication and Maintenance, Suspension, Differential and Driveline, Brakes, Cooling, Audio/Video, Chime/Buzzer, Clock, Electronic Control Module, Engine Systems, Heated Systems, Horn, Ignition Control, Instrument Cluster, Lamps, Message Systems, Power Systems, Restraints, Speed Control, Vehicle Theft Security, Wiper/Washers, Navigation/Telecommunication, Wiring Diagram, Engine, Exhaust Systems, Frame and Bumpers, Fuel System, Steering, Automatic Transmission, Tires/Wheels, Body, Heating and Air Conditioning, Emission Control, Component and System Index.
The 2.7 Liter (167 Cubic Inches) 60 degree V-6 engine is a double overhead camshaft design with hydraulic lifters and four valves per cylinder. The engine does not have provisions for a free wheeling valve train. The cylinders are numbered from front to rear, with the right bank odd numbered, and the left bank even numbered. The firing order is 1–2–3–4–5–6.
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