Chrysler 3.0L Index of Articles

Testing the crankshaft position (CKP) sensor on your 3.0L V6 Chrysler, Dodge, or Plymouth minivan is something that you can do with a simple multimeter. Not only that, this... [read more]

Testing the camshaft position sensor (which is located inside the distributor), on the 1996 through 2000 3.0L V6 equipped Chrysler, Dodge and Plymouth minivans is a piece of... [read more]

Testing the compression of all 6 cylinders on the 3.0L equipped Chrysler cars/mini-vans is becoming a standard test when diagnosing a hard to find misfire (rough idle) or a... [read more]

A broken timing belt will cause your 3.0L SOHC Chrysler car or mini-van to crank but not start. Thankfully, the 3.0L SOHC is not an interference engine, which in plain... [read more]

The fastest and the most accurate way to test the manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor on your 3.0L equipped Chrysler is to bench-test it with a multimeter. In this... [read more]

This tutorial is a ‘How To Replace The Distributor For The Absolute Beginner’. It will also help you install the distributor in case you can't get the engine... [read more]

The throttle position sensor (TPS) provides one of the most critical pieces of information that your 3.0L Chrysler vehicle's needs to run correctly. So, when this bad boy... [read more]