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Testing your Chrysler 300M MAP Sensor

The 300M MAP sensor in your Chrysler is an important part of your EFI system. It's also known as the Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor, the...

Chrysler parking recall affects more than a million vehicles

Both Fiat and Chrysler have issued a recall that affects over 1.1 million vehicles because the drivers can't tell if the car or SUV...

How To Test a Chrysler Cirrus Crank Sensor

The Cirrus crank sensor is an integral part of your Chrysler EFI system. This unit is a hall effect style sensor that reads the positioning...

Dodge Viper Discontinued in 2017

Closing out the book on one of the most iconic muscle cars in American history, the Dodge Viper will be discontinued in 2017. Production...

How To Test a Chrysler Concorde Crank Sensor

The crank angle sensor is one of the most important sensors in your Chrysler Concorde. When your Concorde Crank Sensor starts to go bad, or...

How To Test a Chrysler Cirrus MAP Sensor

Manifold Absolute Pressure sensors are devices that transmit vital information to your Chrysler engine computer. Otherwise known as your Chrysler Cirrus MAP sensor, this...

DTC P0068 – How To Test a Chrysler Sebring MAP Sensor

OBDII DTC trouble code of P0068 is a generic check engine light code that is telling you that something is wrong with either your...

How To Service Ignition on a Jeep Grand Cherokee

Whether from misfire or poor ignition spark, there can be many reasons you would want to learn how to service ignition on a Jeep...

How to Tune Your 4G63 Cam Gears

Now that you've recently installed your nice shiny new cam gears, many customers wonder just what is the best way to adjust them for...