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2.4 liter 4-cyl Chrysler firing order

Here’s a diagram for Chrysler firing order. To see other Chrysler engines, click on this link Firing Order 2.4 liter, 4-cylinder VIN B, Dodge Caravan, Plymouth Voyager, spark plug gap, spark plug torque, coil pack layout © 2012 Rick Muscoplat

Speedometer wrong – Chrysler minivan

Speedometer wrong – Chrysler minivan Speedometer wrong–Speedometer shows speed when standing still, Dodge, Grand Caravan, Town & Country, Plymouth Voyager If you own a Grand Caravan, Town & Country, or Plymouth Voyager and find that the speedometer is showing speed when you’re at a stop, it can only be caused by a few things. The speedometer gets its signal from the from the PCM based on digital data it gets from the transmission control module via the data bus. The transmission control module gets the speed signal from the output … Read More

P0108 P0122 P123 P0203 P1478 P1496 P1598

Fix codes P0108 P0122 P123 P0203 P1478 P1496 P1598 on Dodge Grand Caravan, Plymouth Voyager Site reader Becky wrote this post on ricksfreeautorepair.net: we have a 2002 voyager and have recently started having major problems, the codes that we currently have are P0108, P0122, P123, P0203, P1478, P1496, P1598. We have already replaced the TPS reset codes and still have the codes related, we have also checked and replaced the #3 fuel injector. Please help, Thank you Here are the codes and their descriptions: P0108 – Manifold Absolute Pressure/Barometric Pressure … Read More

Replace a window regulator on Chrysler minivan

Replace window regulator Chrysler minivan Here’s a really good video on How to replace a window regulator on Dodge Caravan, Chrysler Town and Country, and Plymouth Voyager vans.   © 2012 Rick Muscoplat

P0750 P0755 P0760 P0765 Chrysler Minivans

Fix code P0750 P0755 P0760 P0765 Chrysler Minivans The solenoid pack in these Chrysler vehicles regulates transmission oil pressure to activate the clutch packs and make the vehicle shift. The solenoid receives a pulsed signal from the PCM and the solenoid responds by opening and closing the port up to 10 times per second. This action is called “duty cycling.” So if the solenoid is open 5 times in one second, it’s at 50% duty cycle. The PCM constantly checks the condition of the solenoid pack and reports any of … Read More


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