A replacement for the original Dodge Neon, the Dodge Caliber certainly had promise when it was introduced, boasting an innovative, space-efficient hatchback body and unique features like flip-down tailgate speakers and a dedicated iPod holder. This searchable Dodge Caliber repair manual contains step by step diagnostic & repair procedures and gives you access to the same repair information that factory certified mechanics use. The service manual has all the info you need for routine maintenance such as tune-ups and brake service as well as extensive repairs involving engine and transmission disassembly. The manual contains comprehensive diagrams, in-depth illustrations, manufacturers specifications and technical information.
This Dodge Caliber repair manual covers:
Component and System Index
Lubrication & Maintenance
Differential & Driveline
Electronic Control Modules
Vehicle Theft Security
Frame & Bumpers
Transmission and Transfer Case
Heating & Air Conditioning
Unfortunately, those good ideas were spoiled by sloppy execution.
Compared to rival economy cars, the Dodge Caliber was down on quality, refinement and appeal. Even with an interior update halfway through its life, the Caliber was simply not competitive with other compact sedans and hatchbacks. If you're shopping for a used hatchback or wagon, models such as the Mazda 3, Scion xB or Volkswagen Golf would be much better choices overall.
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Built on a global platform also used for the Jeep Compass SUV and midsize Dodge Avenger sedan, the tall-bodied Dodge Caliber was produced from 2007-'12. It came only as a compact hatchback/wagon.
The rear seats folded in a 60/40 split, increasing cargo space to a maximum of 48 cubic feet. The front passenger seat also folded forward to make room for longer items. The Caliber had decent headroom and legroom in the front and back, but it was still a small car built to a price, so it came without luxurious accommodations.
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