Chrysler 4.7L Index of Articles

Testing the blower motor, on the 2000 Dodge Dakota, involves two basic tests and in this tutorial I'll explain them both. These two tests will help you find out if it's... [read more]

A bad fuel pump will cause a ‘cranks but does not start’ condition. A fuel pump that's failing and not creating enough pressure will cause engine performance... [read more]

The throttle position sensor (TPS) can be tested using a simple multimeter and in this tutorial I'll show you how in a step-by-step way. To test the TPS you don't need a... [read more]

Diagnosing the rear oxygen sensor (HO2S 1/2) and/or diagnostic trouble code (DTC) P0141: 1/2 O2 Heater Failure is not as hard as you might think. You don't need any... [read more]

If you suspect that you have a Blown Head Gasket on your hands, then this tutorial will show you the three most common tests done to... [read more] at:

Testing (DTC) P0135: HO2S 11 Circuit Malfunction can be done without any expensive diagnostic test equipment, all you'll need is a multimeter. A trouble code P0135... [read more]

Testing the Compression of the Engine, on your 4.7L Dodge or Jeep SUV or pickup is not hard to do and in this tutorial, I'll show you... [read more] at:

In this tutorial, I'll show you how to accurately test the manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor on your 4.7L Dodge Durango (Dakota) using a simple multimeter. At the... [read more]

In this this tutorial, I'll show you one of the ways to test for a bad Fuel Injector by doing a Fuel Injector resistance test. Since... [read more] at:

The fuel system on your 4.7L Dodge Durango (Dakota) is a speed density type. This means that it relies heavily on the info the MAP sensor provides to calculate the amount of... [read more]