CHRYSLER 3 3L ENGINE DIAGRAM
Servicing Chrysler's Versatile 3 and 3 Engines
May 20, 2011These engines have a mixed reputation for being high-mileage, dependable powerplants as well as noisy motors that can fail at a relatively low mileage. Some 3.3/3 V6s have racked up well over 200,000-plus miles on the odometer with no major problems (except some oil burning), while others have called it quits at 70,000 to 80,000 miles.
Chrysler/Dodge 3.8 liter V6 engines: Imperial to minivan
Chrysler - Dodge - Jeep 3.8 liter V6 engines. The 3.8 liter V6 was a conservatively designed, wider-bore, longer-stroke version of the then-new 3.3-liter V6 was a good, solid engine from the start — not the highest performer or the lowest, but relatively quiet, driveable, and reliable.
Quieting Down Versatile Chrysler 3 and 3 Engines
Oct 17, 2013The 3.3L and 3 Chrysler V6 engines have been around for a long time. The 3.3L engine was introduced back in 1990 as a domestically built, low-cost, mass-produced alternative to the 3 V6 that Chrysler was sourcing from Mitsubishi. The engine was first used in Chrysler LH-platform front-wheel-drive cars, then the minivans.
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