Chrysler 2.0L, 2.4L Index of Articles

Doing a compression test on your 2.0L (SOHC/DOHC) or 2.4L (SOHC/DOHC) has now become an easy thing! This tutorial will show you how to do the engine compression test and... [read more]

This article will show you how to test the upstream oxygen sensor (O2S11) on your 2.0L or 2.4L Chrysler car or mini-van. The test can be accomplish in a few easy steps and... [read more]

The Throttle Position Sensor (TPS) and/or diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) P0121, P0122, P0123 can be tested with only a multimeter... [read more] at:

A fuel injector resistance test can easily determine if a fuel injector on your Dodge Neon (or Stratus or PT Cruiser or Cirrus or Breeze, etc) is defective or not. This test... [read more]

If your Scan Tool is recording a P0750: Low Reverse Solenoid Circuit Malfunction (if your Chrysler vehicle is OBD II equipped) or a... [read more] at:

It's possible to test the thermostat in your 2.0L, 2.4L Chrysler vehicle to see if it's stuck open or stuck closed without having to take it out from the engine and I'll... [read more]

This tutorial will help you diagnose a P0755 (OBD II) or Code 42 (OBD I) Transmission Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC). You'll learn how... [read more] at:

We've all seen them: P0300, P0301, P0302, P0303, P0304, P0305, P0305, P0307, and P0308. The dreaded Misfire Codes! Sometimes they’re... [read more] at:

This tutorial will help you diagnose a P0760: Shift Solenoid C Malfunction (OBD II) or Code 43: OD Shift Solenoid Circuit (OBD I)... [read more] at:

This article will help you test and troubleshoot a misfire on your Chrysler (or Dodge or Eagle or Plymouth or Mitsubishi) 4... [read more] at: