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Testing The CKP Sensor (1996-2002 2.4L Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth Mini-Van)

Testing The CKP Sensor (1996-2002 2.4L Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth Mini-Van)

This tutorial will help you test the crankshaft position (CKP) sensor on the 1996-2002 2.4L Chrysler, Dodge, and Plymouth mini-vans. The crankshaft position sensor test I'm gonna' show you is done with a multimeter. With its test result you'll...   read more >>

Testing Engine Compression (1996-2007 2.4L Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth Mini-Van)

Testing Engine Compression (1996-2007 2.4L Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth Mini-Van)

Testing engine compression is not hard and in this tutorial I'll explain the test and how to interpret its results. With your test results you'll be able to find out if an engine compression problem is causing a rough idle/misfire problem or a...   read more >>

How To Test The TPS (1998-2000 2.4L Dodge, Plymouth Mini-Van)

How To Test The TPS (1998-2000 2.4L Dodge, Plymouth Mini-Van)

Testing the throttle position sensor is a piece of cake on the 1998, 1999, and 2000 2.4L Dodge Caravan and Plymouth Voyager. What makes this test so easy is the fact the the throttle position sensor is very accessible (see photo above). In...   read more >>

How To Test The MAP Sensor (1996-2000 2.4L Dodge, Plymouth Mini-Van)

How To Test The MAP Sensor (1996-2000 2.4L Dodge, Plymouth Mini-Van)

In this tutorial I'm going to help you diagnose and test the manifold absolute pressure sensor, commonly known as the MAP sensor. The MAP sensor is a pretty easy component to test, and it can be tested with a multimeter. You don't need a scan...   read more >>