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Dodge Caliber, Performance Mods, Wagon
#58 of 77 Re: Caliber roof rack with luggage box [bigtsr]
Jul 22, 2007 (3:54 pm)
Thank you for the information I'll check it out.
#59 of 77 Re: ESP option [albert525]
Aug 04, 2007 (11:27 am)
I too am looking for performance chips for my caliber, R/T - 2.4 liter. But I am not having much luck. Have tried Jet Performance, they said that they are working on one, may be 6 to 8 months yet.
Anyone have any better luck?
#61 of 77 How to remove the stock tonneau cover
Dec 14, 2006 (9:38 pm)
Just got my Caliber a few weeks ago (First new car! )
Does anyone know how to remove the stock tonneau cover? I'm going to be helping a friend move, and I will need the extra cargo space. I looked at it earlier, and I can't see a way to get it out without breaking the plastic mounting brackets. Is it even possible? Thanks!
#62 of 77 Re: How to remove the stock tonneau cover [rudy5859]
Dec 15, 2006 (5:10 am)
The tonneau cover is spring loaded on the right hand side
as you stand at the rear of the car,simply let roll
up then push to the right.
#63 of 77 soft tonneau cover
Nov 11, 2007 (10:01 am)
just purchased a new caliber, one of the interior features is a soft tonneau cover, what is it? where is it at? is it a pull over cover for the rear area?
#64 of 77 Re: soft tonneau cover [wmccray]
Nov 11, 2007 (12:55 pm)
The tonneau cover if you have one is the rollup cover
situated behind the rear seat that unfurls like a window
blind to cover the cargo area and protect its contents
from prying eyes.
#65 of 77 Re: soft tonneau cover [bigtsr]
Nov 11, 2007 (1:40 pm)
looks like the dealer has to come up with one, it was on my window sticker as part of the package, but it's not in the auto. thanks for info
#66 of 77 aftermarket tach/air control filter?
Nov 21, 2007 (6:23 pm)
Anyone know if there's some sort of aftermarket tachometer available for those of us who cheaped out and bought an SE? I've looked at the one gauge recommended earlier in this forum and I'm not at all sure about it since I don't know where I could put it in order to read it "on the fly" while driving.
I've also run across some advertisements for a fan-shaped thing (you can tell I'm real up on car engines here) that you can put into your air intake and it's supposed to increase mileage. Would that void the warranty?
#67 of 77 Re: aftermarket tach/air control filter? [airnos]
Nov 22, 2007 (6:37 am)
There are many aftermarket tachs floating around the trick is to install
it properly possibly if you have a RELIABLE mechanic you know of or
possibly get advice at a Chrysler dealer service dept before you make
There is an instrument called Scanguage that you plug into the
diagnostic port (OBD2) under the dash that gives you all sorts of
data,Google it or check on the various Caliber post sites for its
The add ons that increase gas milage for sale on the internet
are for the most part unreliable or don't live up to their claims.
The best things you can do are drive conservatively,keep your
tires inflated to1-2 lbs above mfr spec,replace/clean your airfilter
with hi flow (K&N/Mopar) element and change your engine oil