Chrysler 3.0L Index of Articles

How To Test Diagnostic Trouble Code P0765 (Shift Solenoid D Malfunction)

How To Test Diagnostic Trouble Code P0765 (Shift Solenoid D Malfunction)

In this tutorial, I'll show you how to resitance test the Under-Drive Shift Solenoid, to see if it's BAD and thus lighting up the Check Engine Light with a Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC) P0765 or a Code 42 (if your Chrysler vehicle is OBD I...   read more >>

Testing A BAD Alternator: Symptoms And Diagnosis

Testing A BAD  Alternator: Symptoms And Diagnosis

I've had so many folks come up to me and say: "I think the alternator is bad on my car because I disconnected the battery's negative terminal with the engine running and..." I cringe (internally) when I hear this. This is the worst thing anyone can...   read more >>

Fast And Easy On Car BAD Alternator Test (Step by Step)

Fast And Easy On Car BAD Alternator Test (Step by Step)

This is the EASIEST on car test for testing a BAD ALTERNATOR! If you've been wondering how to test the alternator on your car... this is the test to do. It'll help you to diagnose a BAD Alternator in a pinch. It's a fast test and more importantly...   read more >>

How To Test The Starter Motor On the Car (Step by Step)

How To Test The Starter Motor On the Car (Step by Step)

All of the tests you're about to read are pretty much the standard way Starter Motors are tested on the Car or Truck in an Auto Repair Shop. You'll be surprised just how easy they are. Not to mention the money you'll be saving by doing it...   read more >>

Ignition Distributor System Tests 3.0L Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth

Ignition Distributor System Tests 3.0L Chrysler, Dodge, Plymouth

This article will help you to troubleshoot and diagnose a No Spark No Start, or a Misfire Condition on your Chrysler, Dodge, or Plymouth 3.0L V6 equipped car or mini-van. You DO NOT need a scan tool to take advantage of the step by step diagnostic...   read more >>

How To Bench Test A Starter Motor (Step by Step)

How To Bench Test A Starter Motor (Step by Step)

Bench testing the starter is the most effective way to find out if the starter motor is in fact BAD. This is an easy test that you can accomplish yourself without having to take the starter motor to AutoZone or O’reilly or Pepboys Auto Parts. This...   read more >>