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

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Chrysler brakes

Body, rust and paint

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

Car interiors

Heating and A/C

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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

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Repairs to specific engines

 

Other

 

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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