Notes : Auto TransmissionCore Dimensions : 20.44 x 20.06 x 0.69 in. Core SizeMaterial : Aluminum CoreReplaces DPI Number : DPI# 3664Product Fit : Direct FitQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 68033237ABReplaces Partslink Number : CH3030229Warranty : 1-year Kool Vue limited warranty
Notes : With Built-in Oil Cooler DesignMaterial : Aluminum CoreReplaces DPI Number : DPI# 3664Product Fit : Direct FitQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 68033237ABReplaces Partslink Number : CH3030229Anticipated Ship Out Time : 1-2 Business DaysWarranty : 1-year CSF limited warranty
Notes : A/C Condenser and Transmission CoolerMaterial : Aluminum CoreProduct Fit : Direct FitQuantity Sold : Sold individuallyReplaces OE Number : 68033237ABAnticipated Ship Out Time : 2-3 business daysWarranty : 1 year or 12,000-mile Crown limited warranty
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July 17, 2019
How to Replace a Faulty A/C CondenserWhen it comes time to replace your condenser, the price depends on the type of vehicle you have. It’s typical to spend between $200 and $600 for the parts, including refrigerant. If you can’t perform the repair yourself, you are also looking at between $200 and $300 for a mechanic
July 16, 2019
Symptoms of a Bad A/C CondenserWhen a customer brings their car to the dealership, they don’t typically know why the air conditioning is not working. That’s because there are multiple parts within the system, which lead to the same symptoms when failing.
October 17, 2019
Will Dodge Be Replacing the Challenger, Charger in 2023?Although it could very well be just purely coincidental, there is reason to believe the rumors are true.
Whether the automaker will launch the new Challenger in 2021 or 2023, people can expect the model’s next generation to keep the retro design, as hinted by Mark Trostle, head of design for
Dodge Recalls New Challenger, Charger with Wrong WheelsThe recall was first announced on October 24, stating the problematic wheel setup could cause the front tires to make contact with the steering knuckle, possibly ripping a hole in the rubber and cause it to deflate. This increases the risk of a crash and injury.
Affected vehicles include 111 Dodge