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What Are The Important Links?

Discussion in 'EEK!FAQ' started by Bob ONeill, Jan 28, 2005.

  1. Bob ONeill

    Bob ONeill 325,000+ miles and counting...
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    When doing research, in addition to Allpar, what are some other links that offer information on...

    Parts
    Performance
    Techniques

    other....
     
  2. John Wood

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    For those folks with older 2.2/2.5 TBI and Turbo engines that have the seperate Logic and Power modules, I came across this useful link:

    http://www.fseg.net/Mopar/pl8384.pdf#searc...e%20wiring'

    It is a Mopar publication and has some part numbers for remanufactured modules. I put some of the numbers in an online dealer parts sellers page and they came up valid. The power modules run about $105 and the logic modules $125 (I didn't check the turbo units). Not bad.

    Also, there are some good troubleshooting ideas shown as well in the text. I hope it helps someone.

    Note: since this is a PDF file, you may want to save a copy to your computer if you think you may have a need for this information in the future. Unfortunately, links such as this one, have a way of disappearing from the Internet at any time.
     
  3. Tyreguy

    Tyreguy I am back to Mopars, baby!

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    Another usefull link I have found is this one.

    http://minimopar.knizefamily.net/index.html

    If you are having problems and don't want to spend the money to have a mechanic check your computer in your car you can do it yourself.
    This site tells you how to retreive codes from the computer and what they mean.
     
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    EDIT on 10/20/2011: Here is an updated link and it includes all the remanufactured Logic, Power, SBEC, etc modules. Many of the older links in this thread are dead.

    http://fseg.net/turnkey/mopar/
     
  11. Dave Z

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    A lot of those links, I should point out, have similar counterparts here.

    http://www.allpar.com/fix/codes is a pretty comprehensive code and sensor troubleshooting guide
    http://www.allpar.com/eek/ has all sorts of repair stuff and some performance stuff
    etc
     
  12. B10alia

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    The minimopar site has an excellent oil filter review section, I vaugely remember browsing it and remember it having other articles which were very good as well, although some of the links seemed to be broken. The webmaster seemed to be focused on the 2.2/2.5 engines, TBI and turbo, IIRC.
     
  13. Dave Z

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    The problem with oil filter reviews is that after ten years, they tend to be outdated... I'm not saying Minimopar's in particular is, but some other ones that are oft-quoted are getting on in years.
     
  14. capev86

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    i use turbododge and turbo-mopar frequently since there is a lot of tech / knowledge that can be applied to naturally aspirate cars as well (not just engine stuff, but trans choices, chassis parts and bigger brakes that will make even a DD much more fun). another good resource is thedodgegarage and then we have vendors like fwdperformance, turbosunleashed, forward motion, and polybushings.com that carry aftermarket parts specifically for the niche K car market..
     

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