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Caliber Accessories & Modifications



  • I searched on ebay,under Dodge Caliber.For some reason everthing except the spoilers will show up.I just compared prces against what my dealer offered and other Dodge dealers on ebay had.Most times you can still save money even though S&H may seem high.
  • Anyone get one with ESP yet? Anyone tested one with ESP?
  • Is there any third party trip computer w/cruise control & tachometer for the Caliber? Or does Dodge have to come out with one first, so other trip computer companies can chase after the crumbs? :surprise:
  • bigtsrbigtsr Posts: 149
    Here is something you may be interested in,just follow the
    You can buy aftermarket cruise control systems
    or check with your DC dealer.
  • A reporter from a large daily newspaper is looking to speak to women who are current Dodge Caliber or Compass drivers. The reporter would like to discuss why you purchased the vehicle. Please provide your daytime contact info to no later than Wednesday, October 18, 2006.

    Karen-Edmunds Community Manager

  • Anyone Get one with ESP?

    Anyone looked into the performance chips? Any ideas on which one is better?
  • Check now, it should be available now. Anyone ordered one with the option yet?
  • My SXT came with body color grill. Guess the Dodge guy was confused or something.
  • Just got my Caliber a few weeks ago (First new car! :shades: )

    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!
  • bigtsrbigtsr Posts: 149
    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.
  • bigtsrbigtsr Posts: 149
    Could be they are confused or did you buy SXT SPORT?
    SXT is supposedly chrome grill and SXT SPORT comes
    with painted grill.
    My SXT has chrome grill however they put a RT
    rear bumper on it with the cutout for the exhaust.
  • That is correct. I ordered a sport and it came with a color matched grille. They changed it in April but never updated the booklets. Anyone who ordered a Sport would think it should be chrome but indeed it is not. I complained and the dealer switched mine out.

    IF you can't get them to switch it you can always mod it yourself with the chrome adhesive trim(I have pictures in my carspace site), the outter part of the grille won't be chrome but the cross bars will. It looks nice that way too.
  • My 2 day old r/t fwd has ESP but with 75 miles I can't tell you anything about it. It is a $250 option.
  • Has anyone attempted to purchase a roof rack system for their car? Though there is a picture in the brochure of the accessory the item is not listed in the dealer catalog. Nothing located on the web either.
  • Though this accessory is shown in the dealers brochure it is not listed in the dealer catalogs and I am told that they do not exist. Anyone else able to get one yet?
  • bigtsrbigtsr Posts: 149
    Mopar stopped selling the roof rack due to some
    problems either mechanical/supplier.
    If your look at you will see
    that other Caliber owners are using Thule or
    Yakima carriers and one has a how to posted.
  • Thank you for the information I'll check it out.
  • leffjeleffje Posts: 1
    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?
  • 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?
  • bigtsrbigtsr Posts: 149
    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.
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