Chrysler 2.5L Index of Articles

Location and descriptions of the fuses and relays of the Power Distribution Center (under-hood fuse box) for the 1994, 1995 2.5L Dodge Caravan and 1994, 1995 2.5L Plymouth... [read more]

In this tutorial I'm gonna' explain how to test the igntion system to find out if it's causing a misfire or a no-start problem. You're gonna' be surprised just how easy... [read more]

This simplified ignition system wiring diagram applies to the following vehicles: 2.5L Dodge Caravan: 1993. 2.5L Plymouth Voyager: 1993. This typical circuit... [read more]

This typical low speed radiator fan circuit diagram applies only to the following vehicles: 2.5L Dodge Caravan: 1994, 1995. 2.5L Plymouth Voyager: 1994,... [read more]

A blown head gasket is usually the result of the engine severely overheating. Testing for a blown head gasket is not hard. There are four tests involved. Two of those... [read more]

The distributor pickup coil is the heart of the ignition system on the 1991-1995 2.5L Dodge Caravan and Plymouth Voyager. When it fails, the engine is not going to start... [read more]

Testing the compression of the 4 cylinders of the 2.5L engine is not hard, especially since the spark plug are very accesible. A compression test will not only help you... [read more]

This simplified starter motor circuit wiring diagram applies to the following vehicles with an automatic transmission: 2.5L Dodge Caravan: 1994, 1995. 2.5L... [read more]

This simplified ignition system wiring diagram applies to the following vehicles: 2.5L Dodge Caravan: 1994, 1995. 2.5L Plymouth Voyager: 1994, 1995. This... [read more]

The throttle position sensor (TPS) can be tested with 3 easy tests. All 3 tests are done with a multimeter. In this tutorial I'll show you how to do them in a step-by-step... [read more]