Dodge Avenger owners can download digital versions of their owners' manuals from the Owners & Service Manuals section of Dodge's website. The website sorts manuals by vehicle model and year, and it contains documentation for all Dodge vehicles from 2004 and later. In addition to owners' manuals, the site provides Uconnect and child safety manuals. For manuals from before 2004, Dodge directs customers to its Mopar Tech Authority website, where it sells paper copies of all its owners' manuals.
The Mopar Tech Authority website provides documentation beyond owners' manuals. For the model years between 2000 and 2016, Tech Authority contains service, diagnostic, wiring, body repair and training manuals. This site also provides tools, equipment, accessories and parts for Dodge vehicles.
In 2010, Dodge stopped providing paper owners' manuals with its cars, instead providing customers with a small paper guide to basic and emergency features, such as changing tires and jump-starting, and a disk containing the full owners' manual. The digital owners' manuals extend beyond traditional operator information, including resources such as video tutorials for operating the vehicle's entertainment system or cruise control. Dodge advises new car customers that desire a paper owners' manual to contact either their dealerships or Dodge's customer service.