2004 Dodge Viper Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 2004 Dodge Viper

2004 Dodge Viper Problems

Click or Pop Heard From Rear of Vehicle When Clutch Released

A single click or pop may be heard from the rear of the vehicle when the clutch is released. Our technicians tell us the repair involves installing matched hubs and yokes to the rear axle.

Noise from transmission when clutch is engaged and transmission in neutral
A light chatter or rattle or noise from the transmission may be noted with the clutch engaged and the transmission in neutral. Updating the transmission lubricant, SAE 75W will help but not eliminate it.
Driveline Clunk on Acceleration/Deceleration is Normal

Some driveline clunk noted on acceleration and deceleration is considered normal.

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2004 Dodge Viper Questions

Battery is drained because of alarm system even though it is off.True or false? (2 answers)

There seems to be a grinding sound coming from the rear driver rotor or break. (1 answer)

while the car is slowly moving forward, I can hear what sounds like there may be a rock caught up somewhere, there seems to be no damage to the rotor and the pads all all "meat" could this be a break issue or is it the diff?

IGNITION SWITCH WON'T TURN (1 answer)

THE KEY WILL NOT TURN WHEN THE KEY IS IN THE IGNITION SWITCH... IT WOULD TURN AFTER A FEW TRIES, BUT NOW IT WON'T TURN AT ALL.

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2004 Dodge Viper Recalls

Unexpected Airbag Deployment

The airbag control module can fail prematurely due to electrical noise beyond the tolerance it was designed for. As a result the front airbags, side airbags, and/or seatbelt pretensioners could deploy inadvertently while the vehicle is being operated, increasing the risk of personal injury and/or a crash. Dealers will replace the airbag control module and front and/or side impact sensors as required to correct this concern.

Front Airbags and/or Seatbelt Pretensioners Can Deploy Unexpectedly

The airbag system is controlled by a computer called a control module. A component in the control module may fail causing the front airbags and/or seatbelt pretensioners to deploy inadvertently while the vehicle is being operated. Inadvertent deployment of any component of the airbag system could increase the risk of personal injury and the possibility of a crash. No remedy for this concern is available at this time but is expected later in 2013. The Chrysler recall number is N13.

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