Chrysler 3.2L, 3.5L Index of Articles

Crankshaft Position (CKP) Sensors and Camshaft Positions (CMP) Sensors used on cars and trucks today come in all sorts of different shapes, sizes and configurations. All... [read more]

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 negative (-) terminal with the engine running... [read more]

This article will help you to troubleshoot the Chrysler 2.7L, 3.3L, 3.5L Crank Sensor (or code: P0320) with a simple but very... [read more] at:

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... [read more]

If your Scan Tool is recording a P0750: Low Reverse Solenoid Circuit Malfunction (if your Chrysler vehicle is OBD II equipped) or a Trouble Code 41: Low Reverse Solenoid... [read more]

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... [read more]

This tutorial will help you diagnose a P0755 (OBD II) or Code 42 (OBD I) Transmission Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC). You'll learn how to do a resistance test of the 2-4... [read more]

Testing a Starter Motor on the car or truck is a pretty easy test. I'll take you thru' this Starter test step by step. This How To Test The Starter article applies to... [read more]

This tutorial will help you diagnose a P0760: Shift Solenoid C Malfunction (OBD II) or Code 43: OD Shift Solenoid Circuit (OBD I) Transmission Diagnostic Trouble Code... [read more]

It is possible to accurately test the Crankshaft Position Sensor (commonly called the Crank Sensor) with just a Multimeter. In this... [read more] at: