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How To Test The Fuel Injectors (2001-2003 2.7L Dodge Stratus)

How To Test The Fuel Injectors (2001-2003 2.7L Dodge Stratus)

This tutorial will help you to test the fuel injectors on the 2001-2003 2.7L V6 Dodge Stratus and 2001-2003 2.7L Chrysler Sebring. The test itself is easy, and is done with a multimeter. Basically what you're going to be doing is testing the...   read more >>

How To Test The Blower Motor (2001-2006 Dodge Stratus)

How To Test The Blower Motor (2001-2006 Dodge Stratus)

Testing the blower motor, to find out if it's defective or not, involves 2 simple tests. In this tutorial I'll explain, in a step-by-step way, both tests to help you find out if the blower motor is bad or not. NOTE: This tutorial applies to...   read more >>

How To Test The Throttle Position Sensor (2.7L V6 Chrysler)

How To Test The Throttle Position Sensor (2.7L V6 Chrysler)

The TPS can be tested with a multimeter while it's still on your on car. You don't need to remove it to test it. By the way, even a scan tool is not required to test it (don't get me wrong, having a scan tool is a must for any serious DIY'er but...   read more >>

How To Test The MAP Sensor (2000-2004 2.7L Chrysler)

How To Test The MAP Sensor (2000-2004 2.7L Chrysler)

The manifold absolute pressure (MAP) can be accurately tested with a simple multimeter and a vacuum pump. In this tutorial, I'll show you the 3 basic tests you need to perform to find out if the MAP sensor is fried or not. The best part is that...   read more >>

How To Test Engine Compression (2.7L V6 Chrysler)

How To Test Engine Compression (2.7L V6 Chrysler)

Testing engine compression can reveal quite a lot about the state of health of your 2.7L engine. Doing an engine compression test will: Help diagnose a hard to troubleshoot misfire. Help to find out if no compression is behind a...   read more >>

How To Test The Fuel Injectors (1998-1999 2.7L V6 Chrysler)

How To Test The Fuel Injectors (1998-1999 2.7L V6 Chrysler)

Fuel injectors don't last forever and when they fail, your 2.7L V6 engine's performance is going to suffer. Fortunately for the DIY'er, they can tested by doing a multimeter resistance test and comparing the resistance value to the factory...   read more >>