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Ok my fellow Chally owners, anyone else having this problem?

Our "SE~xy" Challenger has a sinking dash area in front of the passenger seat area. Roughly 1 ft wide and 1 ft deep!!!!! The rear plastic trim around the tail lights thats black plastic is greying out!
Anyone else having this problem??????????????????:nutkick:
 

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I'd be concerned about the dash, if it's on the passenger side, that would be where the airbag is, maybe the heat or direct sunlight has softened the plastic, warranty for sure, or get a sun shade, the trim on the back is going to fade, however if it's greying, that would be excess soap build up, there is a trim cleaner available from McGuires, or your Mopar accessory dealership sells it as well.
 

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that is because of the airbag. we are lucky they didn't outline it on the dash like every other car.

as for the black outside plastic, you need to protect it from UV damage. i use aerospace 303 protectant. you can buy it at ace hardware. great stuff
 

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I'd be concerned about the dash, if it's on the passenger side, that would be where the airbag is, maybe the heat or direct sunlight has softened the plastic, warranty for sure, or get a sun shade, the trim on the back is going to fade, however if it's greying, that would be excess soap build up, there is a trim cleaner available from McGuires, or your Mopar accessory dealership sells it as well.
Nope, not soap build up. Its fading were it starts as it rounds up at the tail light from the flat part ( still flat black) as it rounds up it 's fadding.
Have the stealership replaceing both the dash and tail plastic trim.
 
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