A simply work around (you have to do this every time you run the manual) is to simply run it under developer mode, IE7, in any newer version of IE
Open the manual’s .\html\default.htm in IE
Click on f12 or click the sprocket in the upper right hand corner then select F12 Developer tools
When the window opens at the bottom of IE, select
–Document Mode -> 7
–User agent string -> Internet Explorer 7
It will now allow you to select year, model and engine to begin the owners manual and continue on as you where using the old version of IE.
Have not found a way to make it open by default, as setting the compatibility mode in the meta tag does not work, thus you have to do this every time you use the manual.
The biggest complaint I have in regards to owning my Challenger was the lack of a reasonably prices service manual. That is, if you could find one at all. Currently the only service manual listed for sale to the general public, is for the 2009 year which does cover the 2010s. Ban news for 2011+ owners as there still does not seem to be a manual for your years. I’ve searched and could not find anything for the current models. Dodge is surly lacking in this area, for current Challenger owners.
Below you will find my findings, a small review and a few links to purchase your own Service Manual. That’s if you own a 2009-2010 Challenger.
If anyone does have a link to where you can purchase current versions of the 2011+ manuals please send me a link/information via our contact us form at the top of this page.