Chrysler 2.0L, 2.4L Index of Articles

This tutorial will help you to test the Crankshaft Position Sensor on the Chrysler, Dodge, Eagle, Plymouth, 2.0L (SOHC and DOHC) and... [read more] at:

This tutorial will help you to diagnose Trouble Code P0135 on your 1995, 1996 Dodge (or Plymouth) Neon with either a 2.0L SOHC... [read more] at:

The Chrysler 4-wire manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor can be tested without using a scan tool and in this tutorial, I'll show you a very accurate way of testing it... [read more]

Testing a BAD Starter Motor on your Dodge Neon (or Stratus or Caravan or any 2.0L, 2.4L equipped Chrysler, Dodge, or Plymouth) is an... [read more] at:

The throttle position sensor (TPS) and/or diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) P0121, P0122, P0123 can be tested with only a multimeter and this tutorial will show you how. With... [read more]

Testing the alternator, to see if it’s good or bad, on your Dodge Neon (or Stratus or Caravan or Chrysler Cirrus or PT Cruiser or... [read more] at:

This article will help you test and troubleshoot a misfire on your Chrysler (or Dodge or Eagle or Plymouth or Mitsubishi) 4 cylinder car or mini-van equipped with an... [read more]

This tutorial will show you a very accurate way to diagnose a manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor diagnostic trouble code P0108, P0109 or a bad MAP sensor with a... [read more]

We've all seen them: P0300, P0301, P0302, P0303, P0304, P0305, P0305, P0307, and P0308. The dreaded misfire codes! Sometimes they're a breeze to troubleshoot and solve, and... [read more]