Why does my 1971 Dodge Challenger have a column shifter


Asked by Guru2PSQS Mar 02, 2020 at 09:38 PM about the 1971 Dodge Challenger

Question type: General

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Because it is an automatic or it has a 3 on the tree.

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A console shifter was probably optional. Sounds like a plain jane base model. Before you decide to change it, I wouldn't. It's probably a rare thing to see on one of those! Just my opinion. Hope that helps! Jim

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Guessing at the questions intent I would say someone did some swapping and left the old steering column in place.

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Hello none of these answers are helpful when i do i vin search the cost code comes up as high it has a big block so most cars with big block and high cost code would have a slapstick

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Find a chrysler discussion website and ask there . They have a data base they can run the vin thru . Plus a whole world more knowledge then on here about those cars.

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