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Whether it’s providing information about specific product features, taking a tour through your vehicle’s heritage, knowing what steps to take following an accident orscheduling your next appointment, we know you’ll find the app an important extension of your Dodge brand vehicle.Simply download the app, select your make and model and enjoy the ride. To get this app, go directly to the App Store or Google Play Store and enter the search keyword “Dodge”(U.S. residents only).U. S.CanadaDOWNLOAD THE MOST UP-TO-DATE OWNER’S MANUAL,RADIO AND WARRANTY BOOKLETSowners.mopar.ca 2020 FCA US LLC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. TOUS DROITS RÉSERVÉS.DODGE IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK OF FCA US LLC OR FCA CANADA INC., USED UNDER LICENSE. DODGE EST UNE MARQUE DÉPOSÉE DE FCA US LLC OU FCA CANADA INC., UTILISÉE SOUS LE PERMIS.APP STORE IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK OF APPLE INC. GOOGLE PLAY STORE IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK OF GOOGLE.P68521345ABFIRST EDITIONmopar.com/om2021 DODGE CHALLENGER/CHARGERPERFORMANCE FEATURES GUIDE


21 LALD SU EN USC t.book Page 22INTRODUCTIONSTARTING AND OPERATINGSymbols Key. 5Symbol Glossary . 5ENGINE BREAK-IN RECOMMENDATIONS —6.2L AND 6.4L . 20MANUAL TRANSMISSION — IF EQUIPPED . 20Recommended Shift Speeds . 201–4 Skip Shift . 22Downshifting . 22AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION —IF EQUIPPED . 22AutoStick . 23FUEL SAVER TECHNOLOGY 6.4L ONLY —IF EQUIPPED . 25GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLEKEYS . 6Key Fob. 6Programming And Requesting AdditionalKey Fobs. 6GETTING TO KNOW YOURINSTRUMENT PANELINSTRUMENT CLUSTER . 7Instrument Cluster Descriptions. 13INSTRUMENT CLUSTER DISPLAY .14Location And Controls . 14Instrument Cluster Display SelectableMenu Items . 14TransBrake (Track Use Only) —If Equipped . 17Drag Mode Operations . 17WARNING LIGHTS AND MESSAGES .19White Indicator Lights. 19MULTIMEDIAUCONNECT SETTINGS . 26Customer Programmable Features . 26PERFORMANCE PAGES. 27Home . 28Timers. 31Gauges . 33G-Force . 34Engine. 35Dynamometer (Dyno) . 36DODGE DRIVE MODES — IF EQUIPPED . 36Performance Control — If Equipped . 36SRT DRIVE MODES .41SRT Dashboard. 44Track Mode . 45Sport Mode . 46Auto Mode. 46Custom Mode . 46Race Options. 52Valet Mode . 57Eco Mode . 58Guidelines For Track Use . 581320 — IF EQUIPPED .60Performance Control — If Equipped . 60LAUNCH CONTROL— IF EQUIPPED.64Automatic Transmission — If Equipped. 64Manual Transmission — If Equipped . 65SAFETYSEATS .67Vehicles Without Rear SeatingInstalled — If Equipped. 67SAFETY FEATURES .68Electronic Stability Control (ESC)Operating Modes . 68SAFETY TIPS.69Periodic Safety Checks You ShouldMake Outside The Vehicle . 69

21 LALD SU EN USC t.book Page 33IN CASE OF EMERGENCYTire Service Kit Location.70TOWING A DISABLED VEHICLE.70SERVICING AND MAINTENANCESCHEDULED SERVICING .726.2L And 6.4L Engines . 72ENGINE COMPARTMENT .796.2L Supercharged Engine . 796.4L Engine . 80VEHICLE MAINTENANCE .81Engine Oil . 81Cooling System . 82FUSES . 86Tire Rotation Recommendations . 87Drag Radials. 87Same Tire Size On Front And RearAxle — If Equipped . 88Different Tire Size On Front And RearAxle — If Equipped . 88Directional Tires — If Equipped . 88VEHICLE STORAGE . 88TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONSBRAKE SYSTEM . 89WHEEL AND TIRE TORQUESPECIFICATIONS . 89Torque Specifications. 89FUEL REQUIREMENTS.906.2L And 6.4L Engine. 90Reformulated Gasoline . 90Materials Added To Fuel . 91Gasoline/Oxygenate Blends . 91Do Not Use E-85 In Non-Flex FuelVehicles . 91CNG And LP Fuel System Modifications . 92Methylcyclopentadienyl ManganeseTricarbonyl (MMT) In Gasoline. 92Fuel System Cautions. 92FLUID CAPACITIES.93ENGINE FLUIDS AND LUBRICANTS .93CHASSIS FLUIDS AND LUBRICANTS .95

21 LALD SU EN USC t.book Page 44INTRODUCTIONDear Customer,This Performance Supplement has been prepared with the assistance of service and engineering specialists to acquaint you with the operation andmaintenance of your vehicle. Within this information, you will find a description of the SRT services that FCA US LLC offers to its customers. Please takethe time to read all of this publication carefully before driving your vehicle for the first time. Following the instructions, recommendations, tips, andimportant warnings in this manual will help ensure safe and enjoyable operation of your vehicle. After you have read the booklet, it should be stored inthe vehicle for convenient reference and remain with the vehicle when sold. For additional information, refer to your vehicle’s Owner’s Manual.When it comes to service, remember that authorized dealers know your Dodge best, have factory-trained technicians and genuine MOPAR parts,and care about your satisfaction.

21 LALD SU EN USC t.book Page 55SYMBOLS KEYWARNING!These statements are against operatingprocedures that could result in a collision,bodily injury and/or death.CAUTION!These statements are against procedures thatcould result in damage to your vehicle.NOTE:A suggestion which will improve installation,operation, and reliability. If not followed, mayresult in damage.TIP:General ideas/solutions/suggestions on easieruse of the product or functionality.PAGE REFERENCEARROWFollow this reference for additional informationon a particular feature.FOOTNOTESupplementary and relevant informationpertaining to the topic.If you do not read the entire Owner’s Manual, you may miss importantinformation. Observe all Cautions and Warnings.1SYMBOL GLOSSARYSome car components have colored labels with symbols indicatingprecautions to be observed when using this component. It is important tofollow all warnings when operating your vehicle. See below for thedefinition of each symbol Ú page 14.White Indicator LightsSport Mode Indicator LightÚ page 19Custom Mode Indicator Light — If EquippedÚ page 19Track Mode Indicator Light — If EquippedÚ page 19Valet Mode Indicator Light — If EquippedÚ page 19

21 LALD SU EN USC t.book Page 66GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLEKEYSKEY F OBSRT vehicles equipped with the 6.2L enginecome with three key fobs, two red and oneblack, that allow for different engine powerlevels Ú page 41.PROGRAMMING A ND R EQUESTINGADDITIONAL K EY FOBSIn SRT vehicles, black keys must be replacedwith black keys and red keys must be replacedwith red keys.Refer to “Keys” in “Getting To Know YourVehicle” in the Owner’s Manual for furtherinformation.


21 LALD SU EN USC t.book Page 88 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANELCharger 6.2L Supercharged High Output Engine


21 LALD SU EN USC t.book Page 1010 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANELChallenger 6.2L Supercharged Engine

21 LALD SU EN USC t.book Page 11GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL113Challenger 6.2L Supercharged High Output Engine

21 LALD SU EN USC t.book Page 1212 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANELChallenger 6.4L Engine

21 LALD SU EN USC t.book Page 13GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANELI NSTRUMENT CLUSTER D ESCRIPTIONS1. Tachometer Indicates the engine speed in revolutionsper minute (RPM x 1000).2. Instrument Cluster Display When the appropriate conditions exist,this display shows the instrument clusterdisplay messages Ú page 14.3. Speedometer Indicates vehicle speed.4. Temperature Gauge The temperature gauge shows enginecoolant temperature. Any reading withinthe normal range indicates that theengine cooling system is operating satisfactorily. The gauge pointer will likely indicate ahigher temperature when driving in hotweather, up mountain grades, or whentowing a trailer. It should not be allowedto exceed the upper limits of the normaloperating range.WARNING!A hot engine cooling system is dangerous.You or others could be badly burned by steamor boiling coolant. You may want to call anauthorized dealer for service if your vehicleoverheats.13CAUTION!Driving with a hot engine cooling systemcould damage your vehicle. If thetemperature gauge reads greater than 230 F(110 C) pull over and stop the vehicle. Idlethe vehicle with the air conditioner turned off,for approximately one minute, until thepointer drops back into the normal range. Ifthe pointer remains above 230 F (110 C),after idling for approximately one minute, turnthe engine off immediately and call anauthorized dealer for service.5. Fuel Gauge The pointer shows the level of fuel in thefuel tank when the Keyless Push ButtonIgnition is in the ON/RUN position. The fuel pump symbol pointsto the side of the vehicle wherethe fuel door is located.NOTE:The hard telltales will illuminate for a bulb checkwhen the ignition is first cycled.3

21 LALD SU EN USC t.book Page 1414 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANELINSTRUMENT CLUSTER DISPLAYLOCATION AND CONTROLSYour vehicle is equipped with an instrumentcluster display, which offers useful informationto the driver. With the ignition in the OFF mode,opening/closing of a door will activate thedisplay for viewing, and display the total miles,or kilometers, in the odometer. Your instrumentcluster display is designed to display importantinformation about your vehicle’s systems andfeatures. Using a driver interactive displaylocated on the instrument panel, yourinstrument cluster display can show you howsystems are working and give you warningswhen they are not. The steering wheel mountedcontrols allow you to scroll through the mainmenus and submenus. You can access thespecific information you want and makeselections and adjustments.The instrument cluster display features aninteractive display which is located in theinstrument cluster.I NSTRUMENT C LUSTER D ISPLAYS ELECTABLE MENU ITEMSPush and release the upor downarrowbutton until the desired Selectable Menu item isdisplayed in the instrument cluster display.Follow the Menu or submenu prompts asdesired.Vehicle InfoInstrument Cluster DisplayThis system conveniently allows the driver toselect a variety of useful information by pushingthe arrow buttons located on the left side of thesteering wheel. The instrument cluster displaymenu items consist of the following: Vehicle Info Performance Diagnostics — If Equipped Speed Warning — If EquippedPush and release the upor downarrowbutton until the “Vehicle Info” menu is displayedin the instrument cluster display. Push andrelease the rightor leftarrow button toscroll through the submenus items of “VehicleInfo.” Follow the directional prompts to accessor reset any of the following “Vehicle Info”submenu items:Battery Voltage Displays the actual battery voltage. Storage Mode Through this option, the vehicle canbe placed into Storage ModeÚ page 88.

21 LALD SU EN USC t.book Page 15GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANELIntake Air Temp — If Equipped Displays the current temperature of the airentering the engine.Engine Torque — If Equipped Displays the current engine torque.Engine Power — If Equipped Displays the current engine power.Air-Fuel Ratio — If Equipped Displays the air-fuel ratio.Boost Pressure — If Equipped Displays the current boost pressure.InterCooler (I/C) Temp — If Equipped Displays the current InterCooler (I/C)temperature.Performance FeaturesWARNING!Measurement of vehicle statistics with thePerformance Features is intended foroff-highway or track use only and should notbe done on any public roadways. It isrecommended that these features be used ina controlled environment and within the limitsof the law. The capabilities of the vehicle asmeasured by the performance pages mustnever be exploited in a reckless or dangerousmanner, which can jeopardize the user’ssafety or the safety of others. Only a safe,attentive, and skillful driver can preventaccidents.Push and release the upor downarrowbutton until the Performance menu is displayedin the instrument cluster display. Push therightor left arrow button to enter thesubmenus.15The Performance Features include thefollowing: 0-60 mph (0-100 km/h) Timer Best Last Recent Reaction Timer0-100 mph (0-160 km/h) Timer Best Last Recent Reaction Timer1/8 Mile (200 meters) Timer Best Last Recent Reaction Timer3

21 LALD SU EN USC t.book Page 1616 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL 1/4 Mile (400 meters) Timer Best Last Recent Reaction TimerSpeed Warning — If EquippedThis feature allows the driver to view engine andemission vehicle faults.Push and release the upor downarrowbutton until the Speed Warning Menu icon/titleis displayed in the instrument cluster display.Push and release OK to enter speed warning.Use the up or down arrow button to selecta desired speed, then push and release OK toset the speed. The white passive speed limitertelltale will light up with a notification textmessage (Speed Warning Set to XX), followed bythe selected unit. When the set speed isexceeded, a continuous chime will sound untilthe speed is no longer exceeded. The whitepassive speed limiter telltale will turn yellowand will flash, and a pop-up message of “SpeedWarning Exceeded” will display. Push OK to have the most recent fault codesent. There is a delay when the next diagnosticcode is requested during which the followingmessage is displayed:Braking Distance Distance From Speed Current G-Forces Peak G-Forces Lap Timer Lap History Diagnostics — If EquippedWill list the last five laps with the best laphighlighted in green.“Checking System for Diagnostic Codes.” Driver must push the OK button again to seethe next Pcode otherwise current messageremains displayed. Driver exits when they cycle to anothersubmenu (up or down). Faults are displayed from newest to theoldest. If the menu is exited before the end of codesis reached - when the driver re-enters the listwill be restarted from the beginning. When no codes are present or the last codeis reached (P0000) and this message isdisplayed:Top Speed“No or End of Diagnostic Codes.”NOTE:You can turn the Speed Warning off by using theupor downarrows to scroll throughspeed list and select OFF at the bottom of thelist.

21 LALD SU EN USC t.book Page 17GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANELTRANSBRAKE (T RACK USE ONLY) —I F EQUIPPEDTransBrake is specifically designed for thedrag strip by holding the vehicle stationary toachieve maximum power and torque at launch.This is done by engaging an additionaltransmission clutch. Torque Reserve isautomatically enabled while usingTransBrake , and offers a unique exhaustnote. The Torque Reserve feature maintainsengine airflow to provide faster engine torqueresponse and improve vehicle acceleration.This feature is intended for track use only,where consistent quarter mile and zero to sixtytimes are desired. The system is not intended tocompensate for lack of driver experience orfamiliarity with the track. Use of this feature inlow traction (cold, wet, gravel, etc.) conditionsmay result in excess wheel slip at launch.NOTE:TransBrake feature will only hold the vehiclestationary for up to 15 seconds once the brakepedal is released. The Torque Reserve featureis limited to 15 seconds after the engine speedreaches 950 RPM.173. Line Lock — Warm the tires by using LineLock (burnout). Release Paddle To LaunchNOTE:The TransBrake feature provides the fastestmethod of launching the car which results in thelowest 1/4 mile ET.DRAG M ODE O PERATIONS1. Enable DRAG Mode — A quick double pressof the “SRT” button is a shortcut to enableDRAG mode. DRAG mode can also beaccessed through the radio.2. High Octane Fuel — If equipped, and thevehicle is fueled with proper high octanefuel rating, press the “High Octane Fuel”button for peak power.Initial Conditions:a) Vehicle speed must be0 mph (0 km/h).b) Engine speed greater than500 RPM.c) Radiator coolant temp less than250 F (121 C).d) Odometer greater than 500 miles(805 kilometers).e) Cruise Control, Launch Mode,Trans-Brake and Valet Mode aredisengaged.f) All doors closed. Instructions for Line Lock (burnout)are displayed in instrument clusterdisplay, and listed below.a. Press the brake pedal to hold the car stillwhile transmission is in DRIVE.b. Select “Line Lock” feature though thetouch screen radio.3

21 LALD SU EN USC t.book Page 1818 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANELc. Press and hold the “OK” button on thesteering wheel to activate “Line Lock”.d. While still holding down the “OK” button,fully release the brake pedal and applythe gas pedal to begin the burnout. Front brakes remain engaged. Feature is exited when either the gaspedal is lifted, the brake pedal ispressed, the “OK” button is released, orthe max number of tire revolutions isattained.4. TransBrake Launch Initial Conditions:i) Odometer greater than500 miles(805 kilometers).b) Vehicle must have Drag modeenabled.c) Engine is running.d) Vehicle speed is at 0 mph (0 km/h).e) Steering wheel is straight.f) Vehicle is in “DRIVE” in 1st gear.g) Radiator coolant temp is lessthan250 F (121 C).f) Release one shift paddle at orabove 1,500 RPM with zero wheelspeed.g) Remove foot from brake pedal.h) TransBrake is fully engaged/locked when brake pedal isreleased and reaches the up-stop.h) Line Lock/Launch Control andCruise Control are not engaged.i) All doors are closed.j) Parking brake is not set.k) Vehicle is on level ground. Staging The Cari) At or near Pre-Staging, pull and holdboth paddle shifters back simultaneously.b) Push and hold the brake pedalfirmly with left foot.c) Slowly apply steady throttle to apre-staging engine speed (between1,500-2,350 RPM).NOTE:Torque Reserve will be activated at 950 RPM:as a result engine vibration and exhaust tonewill change noticeably.d) Slightly release brake pressure toroll up to the stage lights while maintaining throttle and engine speed.e) Stop at the full stage light andensure vehicle speed is 0 mph(0 km/h).NOTE:The Electronic Stability Control (ESC) systemholds brake pressure, and the transmissionlocks to hold driveline torque. TransBrake Engaged/Lockedi) Adjust throttle to target launchengine speed between idle 2,350 RPM. TransBrake Release/Launchj) Vehicle launches once the lastpaddle shifter is released.NOTE:If the engine speed rises above 2,350 RPM theTransBrake feature will cancel.

21 LALD SU EN USC t.book Page 19GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANELWARNING LIGHTS AND MESSAGESWHITE INDICATOR L IGHTSThe warning/indicator lights will illuminate inthe instrument panel together with a dedicatedmessage and/or acoustic signal whenapplicable. These indications are indicative andprecautionary and as such must not beconsidered as exhaustive and/or alternative tothe information contained in the Owner’sManual, which you are advised to read carefullyin all cases. Always refer to the information inthis chapter in the event of a failure indication.All active telltales will display first if applicable.The system check menu may appear differentbased upon equipment options and currentvehicle status. Some telltales are optional andmay not appear.Sport Mode Indicator LightThis light will turn on when SportMode is active Ú page 46.Custom Mode Indicator Light — If EquippedThis light will turn on when CustomMode is active Ú page 46.19Track Mode Indicator Light — If EquippedThis light will turn on when TrackMode is active Ú page 45.Valet Mode Indicator Light — If EquippedThis light will turn on when Valet Modeis active Ú page 57.3

21 LALD SU EN USC t.book Page 2020STARTING AND OPERATINGENGINE BREAK-IN RECOMMENDATIONS —6.2L AND 6.4LThe following tips will be helpful in obtainingoptimum performance and maximum durabilityfor your new vehicle.The moving parts of the vehicle must still wearin with each other. This wearing in occurs mainlyduring the first 500 miles (805 km) andcontinues through the first oil change interval.It is recommended for the operator to observethe following driving behaviors during the newvehicle break-in period: Avoid aggressive braking. Drive with the engine speed less than3,500 RPM.For the first 1,500 miles (2,414 km): Maintain vehicle speed below 55 mph(88 km/h) and observe local speed limits.100 to 300 miles (161 to 483 km): Press the accelerator pedal slowly and notmore than halfway to avoid rapid acceleration in lower gears (FIRST to THIRD gears). Avoid aggressive braking. Drive with the engine speed less than5,000 RPM.Maintain vehicle speed below 70 mph(112 km/h) and observe local speed limits.0 to 100 miles (0 to 161 km): Do not allow the engine to operate at idle foran extended period of time. Press the accelerator pedal slowly andnot more than halfway to avoid rapidacceleration.300 to 500 miles (483 to 805 km): Exercise the full engine RPM range, shiftingmanually at higher RPM when possible. Do not perform sustained operation with theaccelerator pedal at wide open throttle. Maintain vehicle speed below 85 mph(136 km/h) and observe local speed limits.Do not participate in track events, sportdriving schools, or similar activities duringthe first 1,500 miles (2,414 km).NOTE:Check engine oil with every refueling and add ifnecessary. Oil and fuel consumption may behigher through the first oil change interval.Running the engine with an oil level below theadd mark can cause severe engine damage.MANUAL TRANSMISSION — IF EQUIPPEDRECOMMENDED S HIFT SPEEDSTo utilize your manual transmission efficientlyfor fuel economy, it should be upshifted aslisted in recommended shift speed chart.

21 LALD SU EN USC t.book Page 21STARTING AND OPERATING21MANUAL TRANSMISSION RECOMMENDED SHIFT SPEEDSEngine6.4L1-44-55-6mph203748km/h325977MANUAL TRANSMISSION RECOMMENDED SHIFT r upshifts during cruise conditions (relatively steady speeds) may result in increased fuel economy.Higher upshift speeds may be used to obtain a desired acceleration rate.NOTE: Your vehicle is equipped with a transmission reverse inhibitor system. Always press the clutch pedal fully to the floor before shifting into REVERSE.When vehicle speed is greater than 3 mph (5 km/h), the reverse inhibitor activates to help prevent shifts into REVERSE. When at a complete stop,you may notice lighter shift efforts into REVERSE with the ignition switch in the ON position (RUN position for Keyless Enter-N-Go), as compared tothe ignition LOCK position (OFF position for Keyless Enter-N-Go). This is normal operation of the transmission reverse inhibitor system. Due to the high performance nature of your drivetrain, you may hear your transmission. This can be most noticeable when the vehicle is idling inNEUTRAL with the clutch engaged (clutch pedal released), but it may also be heard when driving at low engine RPM. Also, this may be more noticeablewhen the transmission is warm. This is a normal condition and is not an indication of a problem with your clutch or transmission.4

21 LALD SU EN USC t.book Page 2222 STARTING AND OPERATING1–4 S KIP SHIFTDOWNSHIFTINGIn Auto Drive Mode, Default, or Street DriveModes, there are times when you must shift thetransmission directly from FIRST gear toFOURTH gear instead of from FIRST gear toSECOND gear. This is to help you get the bestpossible fuel economy from your vehicle. Thisoccurs when the engine coolant (antifreeze) ishigher than 106 F (41 C), vehicle speed isgreater than 19 mph (30 km/h) but less than21 mph (34 km/h), and the transmission is inFIRST gear, and the accelerator is at ¼ throttleor less.To maintain a safe speed and prolong brake life,downshift to maintain a safe speed whendescending a steep grade.NOTE:The 1 - 4 Skip Shift feature is disabled whenselecting Sport Mode, or when selecting Trackor Custom Drive Modes Ú page 41.After you shift the transmission to FOURTH gear,you can press the clutch in and shift to anotherforward gear.AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION — IFEQUIPPEDYou must press and hold the brake pedal whileshifting out of PARK.WARNING!Skipping more than one gear whiledownshifting, could cause you to lose controlof your vehicle. You could have a collision.WARNING! Never use the PARK position as a substitute for the parking brake. Always apply theparking brake fully when exiting the vehicleto guard against vehicle movement andpossible injury or damage. Your vehicle could move and injure you andothers if it is not in PARK. Check by trying tomove the transmission gear selector out ofPARK with the brake pedal released. Makesure the transmission is in PARK beforeexiting the vehicle. The transmission may not engage PARK ifthe vehicle is moving. Always bring thevehicle to a complete stop before shifting toPARK, and verify that the transmission gearposition indicator solidly indicates PARK (P)without blinking. Ensure that the vehicle iscompletely stopped, and the PARK positionis properly indicated, before exiting thevehicle.CAUTION! If you skip more than one gear while downshifting or downshift at too high an enginespeed, you could damage the engine, transmission, or clutch. Do not downshift into FIRST gear when thevehicle is moving faster than 15 mph(24 km/h), as you could damage theengine and/or clutch.(Continued)

21 LALD SU EN USC t.book Page 23STARTING AND OPERATINGWARNING! (Continued) It is dangerous to shift out of PARK orNEUTRAL if the engine speed is higher thanidle speed. If your foot is not firmly pressingthe brake pedal, the vehicle could accelerate quickly forward or in reverse. Youcould lose control of the vehicle and hitsomeone or something. Only shift into gearwhen the engine is idling normally and yourfoot is firmly pressing the brake pedal.Unintended movement of a vehicle couldinjur

Engine Torque — If Equipped Displays the current engine torque. Engine Power — If Equipped Displays the current engine power. Air-Fuel Ratio — If Equipped Displays the air-fuel ratio. Boost Pressure — If Equipped Displays the current boost pressure. InterCooler (I/C) Temp — If Equipped Displays the current InterCooler (I/C)

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