Question about 2008 Dodge Avenger
Yes, stick with a manual transmission. But often with newer automatics there is a release button under a little cover on the side of the console. When you get stuck in Park you get the car towed to a Dodge dealer, they open the little cover, push the button, send you on your way, and send Dodge a warranty bill for $50.00. You are only out the tow fee, some time and of course some aggravation that they would not tell you that over the phone.
Posted on Oct 01, 2010
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