This video explains how to use the AutoStick function in the 2015 Dodge Challenger

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    • viva la Raza Guerrero
      viva la Raza Guerrero

      Do you have to use the manual

      about 4 months ago
    • brenda diaz
      brenda diaz

      Thanks this cleared up a lot of confusion for me thanks

      about 6 months ago
    • Tech ramnad
      Tech ramnad

      Great

      about 1 year ago
    • Joe Blow
      Joe Blow

      Do the paddle shifters offer more performance than the autostick????

      about 1 year ago
    • Quincy D. Newgate
      Quincy D. Newgate In reply to Joe Blow

      It’s essentially the same thing, mechanically.

      about 1 year ago
    • Vanquish Media
      Vanquish Media In reply to Joe Blow

      Joe Blow not really tbh

      about 1 year ago
    • brayan avila
      brayan avila

      I have a charger 2013 & when i put it to D1 i started to speed up & the gear increaed to D2 than D3 is that bad if it gears automatically or i must have to shift the stick myself?

      about 1 year ago
    • Vanquish Media
      Vanquish Media In reply to brayan avila

      It is still an automatic, even in manual mode the computer will select the appropriate gear for your speed, RPM, and driving conditions.

      about 1 year ago
    • Mopar
      Mopar In reply to brayan avila

      We would recommend reaching out to a certified Dodge dealership for further assistance. You can enter your zip code here to locate one nearby: https://www.dodge.com/find-dealer.html.

      about 1 year ago
    • Nenad Rajic
      Nenad Rajic

      Dumb question: Since there's no clutch, how do you change gears? I mean, do you press anything like gas or brake?

      about 2 years ago
    • D. Fresquez
      D. Fresquez In reply to Nenad Rajic

      In this it's the computer mostly, but some have paddle shifters with no clutch it's just what type of car you get

      about 11 months ago
    • Vanquish Media
      Vanquish Media In reply to Nenad Rajic

      It is an automatic, you are not actually shifting gears you are telling the computer to select a higher or lower gear.

      about 1 year ago
    • Nenad Rajic
      Nenad Rajic In reply to Nenad Rajic

      FallaciousScotsman Oooh, thanks

      about 1 year ago
    • Lieutenant Dude
      Lieutenant Dude In reply to Nenad Rajic

      Nenad Rajic no. The transmission unit itself is still an automatic, so the clutch plates and planetary gear sets still function like a normal automatic would.

      about 1 year ago
    • MrTimbs123
      MrTimbs123

      When was the autostick introduced?

      about 2 years ago
    • Boogs114
      Boogs114 In reply to MrTimbs123

      MrTimbs123 Auto stick has been around since the mid 90s. My 1st car was a '00 Dodge stratus es (with a 2.5L v6) back when 1/2 of Dodge cars had Mitsubishi engines. Autostick was fun, but I went thru 3 transmissions with it😭

      about 1 year ago
    • CeeStyleDj
      CeeStyleDj In reply to MrTimbs123

      MrTimbs123 maybe a decade ago but this is a more modern version.

      about 2 years ago
    • Steven Cook
      Steven Cook

      If You're not using this for drag racing I would argue that this could be a better solution to the traditional clutch unless you're too use to having a clutch then you might as well buy the manual. I think it's cool that this technology exists and works but I get the feeling that most people will prefer the traditional manual shifting especially for drag racing.

      about 2 years ago
    • foilhat71
      foilhat71

      Put in manual do not touch the paddles floor the car and never touch the paddles. Your launch will be harder and faster drag times.

      about 2 years ago
    • Hemi_ H8ZE
      Hemi_ H8ZE In reply to foilhat71

      So I'm I'm in Manual I don't have to worry about using the paddle shifters? It will shift on it's own? Was thinking of staying in Manual and use sport mode for drag racing

      about 2 months ago
    • foilhat71
      foilhat71 In reply to foilhat71

      King Tes Move shifter only.

      about 2 years ago
    • foilhat71
      foilhat71 In reply to foilhat71

      otherwise you can do just as the video says and paddleshift yourself

      about 2 years ago
    • foilhat71
      foilhat71 In reply to foilhat71

      King Tes The auto stick will run the gears at redline then shift each gear on it's own. You can do this when drag racing, it's a little trick they don't tell you bout. It gives the car a little boost also, like when you turn on sport mode you notice a little more performance it is like that just a little more over sport. I have done it a couple of times. It redlined 1,2,3 and I was at the 1/8 before it hit 4th.

      about 2 years ago
    • Zachary Martin
      Zachary Martin

      Do you have to take your foot off the gas when shifting?

      about 2 years ago
    • Frank M
      Frank M In reply to Zachary Martin

      The engine won't always shift into the next gear when you start over revving. That's why there is a fuel cutoff at redline. It is not recommended that you let off the gas to shift because inconsistent engine speeds or sudden changes to engine speeds will send a shock to your powertrain. I let off the gas just slightly to ease the car into the next gear. When done correctly, you won't feel it shift.

      about 1 year ago
    • LEO1WOLF
      LEO1WOLF In reply to Zachary Martin

      Max Sergeyenko - - could it be the car doing it as it mentions in the VID? I'm just curious if you're possibly shifting a little too close to the red-line. Just a thought my Friend, as I'm going to experiment with my 2016 Chally. Good luck!

      about 1 year ago
    • LEO1WOLF
      LEO1WOLF In reply to Zachary Martin

      As I played the VID back; he only mentions (@ 2:14) that you can shift in & out of Auto-Stick Mode at any time without taking your foot off of the accelerator pedal.

      about 1 year ago
    • GDP_Brando
      GDP_Brando In reply to Zachary Martin

      I feel like it's better when u do you get a little extra push. But it'll still change wth your foot on the gas

      about 2 years ago
    • TrUcKiNg LaNeZ
      TrUcKiNg LaNeZ In reply to Zachary Martin

      Zachary Martin No

      about 2 years ago
    • LFA 359
      LFA 359

      Do any of the new chargers come with a stick shift???

      about 3 years ago
    • Quincy D. Newgate
      Quincy D. Newgate In reply to LFA 359

      I’m pretty sure the 2017 SXT Plus Chargers and the 2018 SXT models all have auto stick.

      about 1 year ago
    • Ragingbull340
      Ragingbull340 In reply to LFA 359

      Alonzo Gonzalez Only the Challenger comes with the stick.

      about 2 years ago
    • Johnny Velasquez
      Johnny Velasquez

      If you can shift gears with the shift then what me the point of the paddle shifters?

      about 3 years ago
    • asserkhattab1
      asserkhattab1 In reply to Johnny Velasquez

      Not all trim levels have the paddle shifters

      about 2 years ago
    • Brandon Wiley
      Brandon Wiley

      That's sad not even dodge the company can get it right. The new chargers and challengers have 8 speed torque flight transmissions not 6.

      about 4 years ago
    • Dialysisforever
      Dialysisforever In reply to Brandon Wiley

      Lane Dennis - This video is about a Dodge Challenger, so when you say "mine", you are saying your Dodge Challenger has a nine speed. I happen to know you mean some other inferior car. Just kidding. I enjoy all cars.

      about 1 year ago
    • Lane Dennis
      Lane Dennis In reply to Brandon Wiley

      Mine is a nine

      about 1 year ago
    • LEO1WOLF
      LEO1WOLF In reply to Brandon Wiley

      I was thinking the same thing, however, the other guys brought up a good point about the 2 O.D. gears. Thanks for clearing it up fellars!

      about 1 year ago
    • skeleguns 10,ooo,ooo
      skeleguns 10,ooo,ooo In reply to Brandon Wiley

      Brandon Wiley fuck off

      about 1 year ago
    • Simplex SM
      Simplex SM In reply to Brandon Wiley

      7th and 8th speed are for overdrive

      about 4 years ago