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Quick fixes, troubleshooting, and common repairs
for Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Plymouth, and related cars, minivans, and trucks.


Repairs for
specific cars


Chrysler brakes

Body, rust and paint

Suspension and Steering (Dodge, Plymouth, Eagle, Jeep, Chrysler, AMC, etc)

Car interiors

Engine cooling

Heating and Air Conditioning

Mopar engine, fuel, and driveability for Dodge, Jeep, and other Chrysler cars, trucks, and minivans

General Troubleshooting:

Stalling, Starting, and Idling (“Driveability”)

Oil, Filters, and Oil Leaks

Repairs to specific engines




Other resources, car parts, and repairs

Note: To remove rusty or stubborn screws, try Kroil as a penetrant, or B’Laster; Liquid Wrench is “okay.” Dan Stern sometimes uses Diet Coke; the phosphoric acid eats away corrosion and rust, there is no sugar to act as a glue. Stephen Thurber wrote: “First apply a penetrant and give it a couple of hours. Then get a reverse (left hand) bit about 1/2 the diameter of the screws.  Use a drill running reverse.  The bit will dig  in and catch the screw and back it out.”

Completely irrelevant repairs and tips

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